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Adrian
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Re: our story

Postby Adrian » Mon Jun 04, 2018 1:45 pm

The last thing I would like to include in the price of family happiness, and that in fact requires a great deal of effort from a person in order to develop in oneself such qualities as responsibility. We can sort out the multiple personal qualities of a person, we have many, but always the pillar of our "I" is the responsibility. It is the unwillingness to respond, omits a person to the level of a life in which true happiness is impossible, where to get it, if you are not the master of your life, not to mention the lives of others, especially members of your family.
Caleb
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Re: our story

Postby Caleb » Fri Jun 08, 2018 2:54 pm

Female manipulation is a fairly common phenomenon in our life. It is prevalent primarily because for a woman manipulation is the most important tool and sometimes a weapon that allows her to influence the surrounding people, especially men, in the right way, in situations where direct and open interaction with them for one reason or another is impossible.
With the same goal, intelligent men manipulate people.
blue
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Re: our story

Postby blue » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:15 am

At the same time, homosexual families have more democratic and more equitable distribution of roles. This applies to the financial support of the family and household. There is less subordination to the rigid principles of gender roles.
Both fathers and both mothers are equally engaged in the upbringing of the child. There is no distribution for providing for the child, for accompanying him to school or to the doctor. If a child is passionate about a particular sport or creativity, often, he is engaged in it with one of the parents, the one who is more passionate about this activity. In this case, same-sex parents try to ensure that the child is equally in contact with one and the other parent. By the way, traditional families do not always pay enough attention to this issue.

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