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No, that's bullbits.

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I am not too sure. I mean parents can't be always lazy. But there are times I so wish my mom would just butt out. She complains about my brother and sister not knowing anything yet she never lets them do stuff on their own. I try to explain how they will never learn if she doesn't let them do things on their own. Though she nods her head I don't think she truly understands what I am trying to say. Thanks to her my Mom my sister doesn't even know how to peel a potato with a peeler, and she will be 18 soon. As for my brother he doesn't even wash his dishes and he turned 15 four days ago. When I ask him to do it he says he doesn't know how to. If I get mad my mother says in sweet tone " you are his older sister, just do it for him this once".

When we were little she used to spend all her free time on us. She would never leave our side when we were studying. As a result my Dad either had to spend his time watching tv or staying out with his friends.


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I don't think lazy parents means happier kids and stronger marriage....after reading the article...i wonder y not have mum and dad both spend time with the kids rather than having either one spending time? i mean that would be a family time with the kid knowing their day....

every parents would like to see their children grow so it's good to care for them and teach them but only up to a certain age....especially when they grow into teenage the control should be losen up and hence signaling the increase in the couple's private time....

it doesn't mean having kids is equal to having no private time....just that as long as they need ur care u should be there....when they grow up support them be their friend and have your life too....

At night in the morning anytime can be yours it's just how you see to it or how you arrange the time....it's not about being lazy at all....laziness might result in kids feel that they are being ignored....so the outcome would be opposite to happiness....

the main thing is to adjust according to time....need to be flexible as parents....then only a marriage is safe and kids are happy....


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I think the term "lazy" was used loosely here.
The message i got from the article was that Parents should spend time together and not dote ALL their attention to the kids. Let them be independent and do stuff on their own.

For example: I have cousins who are totally spoiled! Their mom basically lives for serving them. They say "i want some water" and she'll jump up and get it for them. Let them do stuff on their own!

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i agree with jess.the term lazy is not meant to be about the article.the whole thing is u should have some family time and sometime alone for urself and ur spouse too.

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There could be some truth in it as it would make the kids more independent & self reliant . Stronger marriage - hmm.. as partners wud have more time for themselves or they wud be too lazy to argue with each other Confused

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