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  • It's only right

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  • Absolutely! QUALITY OF LIFE OVER EVERYTHING ELSE

    As a person that’s studied developmental psychology and early childhood education, I’ve learned the utter importance of childhood. The consequences of mistakes that seem minor or small to the parent maybe something that ruin child’s adult years. I’ve known too many people that don’t understand just how seriously they should take parenting, And because of that their children are ill mannered and misbehaved because of the lack of attention and positive affirmation. I would go even so far to say it’s traumatic and abuse to a child if you aren’t a present parent. I personally believe the USA should REQUIRE extensive parenting class before and after birth and maybe 7 years after. I also believe that if you fail on certain mental health tests such as the MMPI-2 you should not be allowed to raise your children until your mental health is stable. The last thing we should require is DNA tests for every father that signs a birth certificate and affidavit of parentage so whoever shows is the father can 100% have as much rights to his child as the mother does, But also to know we’re giving childcare advice on the RIGHT person. I believe we allow people in our country to pop our kids willy nilly and that is something that is hurting us. Quality of life is the most important thing to me.

  • Not exactly everything is through.

    Everyone that thinks that everything is through are wrong, You're missing some points, 10 to 15 hour parenting education workshop should be mandatory for all high school students every year in order to graduate. A semester long parenting class for all 9th grade students should and have a right to be a mandatory towards credit evaluation, In case you wanna have kids, Change your mind or you end up getting pregnant but don't know what to do or the brands you buy for them, At least watch all types of t. V. Ads and cut down on watching you favorite shows and movies and pay attention what's going on by watching the ads and news to make a difference, Some include the child's needs. Just skip the diaper ads if you do cloth diapers to help save money and the environment, Cloth ones are better for them and the environment, In overall, Even though they can be virtually the same. Anyone who does cloth diapers already must tell everyone else about the facts of it and the dangers of disposables.

  • It's a big deal.

    I'm not saying people should be charged for a class, But in order to raise a kid they need to be qualified. It would help the problem of over population as well as making sure kids don't wind up being the headline images of an abuse article. It does sound kind of tyrannical saying you need a license to make a baby, But I really think it would work out well. It could really put into perspective the magnitude being a parent carries. A class called PARENTING in grades 7 and 8 should be a mandatory in America, Some teens got pregnant and don't know what to do. Parenting should be taught at teen years instead of Sex Ed. Parents should also make their children wait until after high school to start a long term relationship, Except having a dance partner when going to dances when just a temporary date.

  • Extra preparation never hurts

    It is important to develop your own parenting style to meet the needs of you and your child(ren), But that doesn't mean you can't get extra help. There may be things you didn't know about being a parent, Or what it truly means plus different methods and techniques that could be very much help in raising them. It doesn't hurt to be more prepared and you might learn a lot that you didn't know. It doesn't mean that you're forced to raise your child the way of the instructor's, But you might just agree with them!

  • Yes they should

    Parents can sometimes be inresponsible and will make mistakes but with parenting classes at least they will be prepared for what is to come and will probably be a better parent by the end of it. There are many cases were inresponsible parents go to court for doing stupid things with their children and I just think parenting classes would’ve been helpful.

  • Should parents-to-be have to take parenting classes before the birth of the child?

    I too believe it takes a certain amount of skills to be a parent. I don't think that just about any person should be allowed to have a child. Most children are abused because their parents don't know how to properly take care of a child. Some examples of this may be the failure to use a car seat or leaving a child in a car all by him or her self. Some silly mistakes like this can lead to serious consequences such as the death of their child. Parenting classes will prevent parents from making silly mistakes.

  • Because, It's not about you anymore

    You have chosen to have a child. It is now your responsibility to provide the best for this little human that you have created, and that you will love like no other love you have ever felt. And our (yes all of us) future is now your responsibility through your actions or inaction's with your child, And their actions or inaction's impact us all. So, why not find out what you didn't know and reinforce what you might already know on how to raise a happy and healthy human? Because doesn't it just boil down to happiness?

  • Jeremiah Parent classes are needed

    All parents should be required to attend parenting classes before having children. Parents of any age should attend parenting classes so that they may be able to actually know the difference right or wrongs to raise their children. I also believe these classes should be provided for free so that they have no excuse of why they did not attend the class. All ages of parents should be able to take care of their kids why not give them a class so that they may be able to take of their child properly.

    I believe it takes a certain amount of skills to be a parent. I don't think that everyone is responsible to take care of their child. Most children are abused because their parents don't know how to properly take care of a child. People who are soon to be parents may no nothing of being a parent or even how to change a diaper, parents should be required to take some sort of parenting class prior to the birth of their child.

    Some examples of this may be the failure to use a car seat or leaving a child in a car all by themself. Some silly mistakes like this can lead to serious consequences such as kidnaping or death of their child. Parenting classes will probably not prevent all mistake but will prevent some parents from making silly mistakes.

    During classes in the future if parents have to go to a parenting class all the basic things should be told and or shown.

  • Ya ya ya

    Of course they should! Parents of all ages should attend this class so that they may be able to actually know the difference of right and wrongs to raise their children. I also believe these classes should be provided with child care funded by the government so that they have no excuse of why they did not attend the class. All ages of parents should be able to take care of their kids why not give them a class so that they may be able to do it right the first time.

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    No matter what and dumbass says taking guns away won't help "end gun crime. " It'll just make it worse.

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  • Learn From Experience

    Most parents learn parenting techniques from THEIR parents. Due to this, Most parents have a unique style of parenting. Look at yourself. It's likely that you turned out pretty well. Now look at your kid(s). It's likely that they are lazy couch potatoes that spend WAY to much time on their phones. Your parents probably raised you without any outside help from classes of any sort. Parents nowadays have way more help then your parents did, But their still not doing as good, And the good kids nowadays are not like that due to any classes.

  • No, This is a bad idea

    This is a very bad idea because, It wastes money, And may be incorrect information. Why waste money on a class that you don't even want, Yes I agree parenting classes have some benefits but the bad out overpowers the good. Parenting is different for each and every family, It is not up to the instructor to say how to raise a child.

  • It is not by force

    People have different views and some may go against another. Plus, Having a child is one's personal experience and it shouldn't be someone Else's method or style. If it was like that, Everybody' s child would be the same that would be pretty awkward. On that note I like to end my argument. Peace.

  • People should have the decision to say they would take parenting class or not because they could have help from their parents/guardians advice.

    If you want to take a class that's fine ,good for you, but do you really need to take a class to fill up a bottle with milk, change a diaper, or carry a baby? The majority of good, normal (no offence intended) parents that you see every day didn't take a class they just know whats best and whats not, if you don't like being told how to parent, maybe it wouldn't be a good idea to go to a parenting class. Did your guardian take a parenting class or did they do what they knew was best for you? I understand there are some parents that don't care but what i'm trying to argue is , parenting school should not be required because its your personal business whether you want to raise a child or you didn't even plan a life with a child yet, but if your a completely freaked out mom to be and you feel like you need a class i would say go for it but you don't have to if you don't want to.

  • No, they shouldn't

    What is the point of going to a parenting class even though some of the thing the teachers may be incorrect? It is kind of like having someone else raise your kids the way they want to. It is unnatural for someone that isn't a blood relative and children also have different personalities that have to be educated differently

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  • Some people know if they want kids or not .

    If you don't want to have kids why go to a class on what you don't want. I mean seriously, its probably likely that about 2% of the class that pays attention anyway. You would go to the class and then probably forget everything you learned once you walk out of the classroom. No one should be forced to take a class for something they will forget a year later when they might or might not actually have kids.

  • Absolutely - positively - not

    Think "back in the day'' our grandparents and their parents didn't have what we have today (such as parenting classes) and their children turned out fine. Just look at yourself. Yes, the world has changed, but when you think about it also( for my grown up) having to have a class before having a baby is telling GROWN PEOPLE when and when not to do GROWN PEOPLE STUFF.


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