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  • Cooler heads prevail

    Each time my child (1 year old now) has been sick with coughs, colds, fevers, rashes,..Whatever, it has been me, the Dad to handle it without getting overly anxious and excited. Fathers in general freak out way less than mothers who are ready to google, Facebook friends, call doctors, run to urgent cares and hospitals, when it is not often warranted unless a real emergency. Moms tend to have all of this anxiety that goes right to the child along with yelling, excited voices. Dads tend to stay more calm and cool over matters. Dads are not there to just fix broken things but to mend broken hearts, wipe away tears, change diapers, stay up with sick kids, pick out clothes and help decorate a room too. We can find daycare, and comfort children too. We just cannot breast feed! And never will be able to do so but we have a bond nonetheless.

  • Fatherts are more important than mothers

    Since i have an exam coming up i have taken the time to research on this and ive found that fathers are more influential than mothers. From the crime statistics and the risk factors i have come to the bias conclusion that fathers are always going to be more influential.

  • I think fathers are the best.

    I think fathers are the best. They love their children but are mothers who try to get rid of them. They are jealous of children. No woman can not be a mother without a beginner. This is human nature. But women say that nature is the only one. Father is not nature, but a helper, which can be replaced by a boyfrend. In fact, women's nature has built mentally more volatile. Now that men industrialized the world, women have the potential to be mother and father. Fathers, get out of our lives.

  • Fathers are just as if not slightly more important

    Fathers are just as if not slightly more important Scientific studies have shown that a father is necessary for a child's moral and psychological growth. While the mother nurtures the child and keeps them healthy, shows them love and affection. That is very important but the studies have shown that a strong father figure is what guides a child's moral and psychological growth

  • Yes they are

    Regardless of Race, Religion, Sex of the Child, Income of either parent, academic performance of the child, etc. The most important factor in determining if the child will grow up to be a criminal or not, is the mere PRESENCE of a FATHER FIGURE. PERIOD. POINT BLACK. NO IFS ANDS OR BUTS.

  • Father more important

    Father is the head of the family, when the father is no there things fall apart. The father presence checkmate children excesses which invariably coordinate their morals making them a good citizen. In the Holy Bible, God said he trusted Abraham to command his household after him. That is to show you how important father is.

  • Fathers are more or equally important than mothers

    Given statistics, fathers are either equally or more important than mothers. Responding to poster who stated " Because mother never give up her child at anytime" that is a flat out lie given the abortion statistics.

    Responding to poster who stated: " Mothers are more important!!!!

    A mother has an undetectable bond with her child, unlike many fathers"

    That is a lie. Men work themselves to death providing for them, don't freak out in troublesome times and provide discipline, given crime statistics, children need. And posting 5 times (btw you are reported) doesn't make it so.

  • YES Fathers Are

    My contribution comes from here http://wp.me/p7RzEi-13 which provided many points to proof it in;
    1. Father is the head of the family
    2. Father is the bread winner.
    3. Father is unique
    4. Father is wiser than mother, and so on..
    5. Father carry blessing in the family which mother can do if father is off.

  • Men are as if not more important

    Speaking from experience I know that a mother doesn't always give love and affection like many on the No side here said. Having an absent father really made me realize over the years how much I would have needed him on several occasions. I think fathers are often underrated because in the case of single-parent-households the mother will most of the time get the children because of some stupid "invisible bond" they don't actually have imo.

  • This is just one sort of racism

    It's stupid to think that mothers are always better parents than fathers. When one of my parents divorced, my friend had to go to live with his mother. But when he met his father, he was happier to be with his father. But ofcourse there are situations where mother is better parent. But still... What about gender-neutral (better?) world?

  • I love them equally

    They are equal most people say everyone is equal so they are equal i love my parents equally i can never say i love my mum more than my dad no no no ican never say that i love them both together as a family they are like a diamond

  • Proved through statistics

    Men are predispositioned to want to have many children, and are scientifically proven to be less vested in their children if they can have more, where as women are just the opposite, giving everything for the children they have. It's a quality vs quanity argument and women are the quality providers, men can step up to the plate, but historically it is the woman who does so. If you don't agree, just look at single parent families, which more often than not consist of a mother and her children!

  • Mothers are more important!!!!

    A mother has an undetectable bond with her child, unlike many fathers. She always does her best, to make her family happy. Mothers always sacrifice a lot, for the happiness of her husband and children. She can have a job, and still take care of everything else, from cooking, looking after the children, maintaining the house. Fathers usually go to jobs, and return home for dinner, and that's usually the case in almost every family. Yes, fathers do care about their children, but cannot do many things, like the mother can to her child. When a child is emotionally hurt, or confused, it is the mother he goes to for answers, and to feel good about them. The mother also has a deep emotional attachment with her children, unlike the fathers. A child does need both the parents to grow up, at different stages of his life, but even in an unfortunate case of having a single parent; he/she would always prefer their mother over father.

  • No fathers cannot be more important than mothers

    It does mean something that the mother is the one who gets pregnant. 5-23-16. Totally not wise to even dream of trying to take away the female's vital body function. God designed us just the way he want us to be. If you say that being pregnant is not a very important function, then how do you think the baby would gets here. As the female, who is the woman, who us the mother... Carries the baby, this stage is called "pregnancy". The woman is the one who carries out this stage of development. To believe otherwise is ridiculous. In fact, it is called, making a myth.
    Also, as far as income for the family and the home, wives work too, so rule out this myth too. The husbands are not the only one who work. So wrong! Both father and mother do not provide for family's shelter and other things. Many years ago, some mothers worked, in the home. But since we see that females have always been in nursing, teaching, janitors, maids, cooks, waitresses, seamtresses, secretaries, etc. Just take a rude around your city and go into as many businesses as possible and check to see if there are any women, in these businesses.

    Women definitely are vital for pregnancy, but they are also actively needed in the work force, that once was dominated by men, but no longer the case.

  • They are equal

    It depends on the circumstances, the mother or father could of left when their child is born it does not matter what gender they are. A mother can teach their children things that people would think men would do and vice versa.
    A role model is all a child needs and it does not matter what gender.

  • Because mother never give up her child at anytime

    A mother has an undetectable bond with her child, unlike many fathers. She always does her best, to make her family happy. Mothers always sacrifice a lot, for the happiness of her husband and children. She can have a job, and still take care of everything else, from cooking, looking after the children, maintaining the house. Fathers usually go to jobs, and return home for dinner, and that's usually the case in almost every family. Yes, fathers do care about their children, but cannot do many things, like the mother can to her child. When a child is emotionally hurt, or confused, it is the mother he goes to for answers, and to feel good about them. The mother also has a deep emotional attachment with her children, unlike the fathers.

  • No , mothers are more important

    Mothers are more important because of the bond they share with the children which is ALMOST always stronger than the bond they share with their father especialy in time of pregrency .If a child has problems the first person the child talks to is his mother because of their kind and sensetive nature (not always but almost).In the end it depends on the family and the different bonds they share with eachother ...Maybe your big sister or brother could be more important than the both father and mother (depens on the person)

  • Fathers are not more important than mothers. Trying to justify this claim by looking at the African American male community is both racist and misogynistic.

    Blaming black fathers for "a cultural epidemic of crime" is racist. The prison industrial complex and in the incarceration of black males is a problem that cannot simply be attributed to bad fathers. Many other factors go into the demographics of prison populations such as institutionalized racism, poverty, lack of social services, and the school-to-prison pipeline. To say that single mothers need a father to help prevent their children from going to jail is not true, and underestimates the power of women. It also fails to recognize that the reasons kids go to jail are often outside of parental control.

  • Fathers are not more important than mothers.

    Mothers and fathers are equally important in their children's lives. Although different people have different personalities, and habits may different from family to family, both parents should ideally be an important influence in their children's lives. Mothers and fathers have different social roles and they need to teach their children different but equally important lessons.

  • No, neither is more important.

    Fathers and mothers are equally important in raising a child, although they serve different purposes in many instances. However, if one had to pick, it is often the mother figure that is seen as the most important to the psychological development of a very young child who needs that kind of feminine nurturing.


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