family can only have a future if there is any future at all. But in order to respect the human right to found a family, the rest of society and the rest of the world need to acknowledge and respect it, because the whole society and the whole world benefits
The number of marriages that end up in divorce every year is startling. In fact, 5000 couples are said to divorce every year in China. Divorce is not a good thing, and nobody goes into a loving marriage anticipating divorce. But so much happen in so many marriages that make
By Engr. Charles Osezua, Chairman of the Institute for Work and Family Integration(IWFI). This paper was presented at the recently concluded UN 2016 IFFD Briefing. Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, with a population of about 170million people, with diverse ethnic, cultural, religious and socio-economic life; all of
As the Easter holidays begin across the country this week, parents can use this time wisely to help develop their children’s imagination and social skills – especially by encouraging them to spend more time playing outdoors.
Parents are their children’s most important teachers. While schools teach the three R's of Reading,'Riting, and 'Rithmetic, parents should teach the three R's of Respect, Responsibility, and Right from wrong.
We all know that parenting can be difficult. In those first few months after birth, when you’re basking in the glow of becoming a new mom or dad while reeling from the difficulty of nighttime feeds, much of what’s necessary to raise a child hasn’t really hit you. But, over
Accepting others doesn’t come naturally to us. Rather it is something that we learn how to do over time. At the beginning of our relationship with our spouse, we may love everything about him or her. However, that isn’t acceptance. That is wishful thinking. Based on the little that you
Proclaiming your ignorance about all things technological and then handing your kid the keys to the Internet is bad parenting. Better to let them think you’re watching closely. As one mother explained, “I tell my daughter, ‘It’s my phone. You’re just borrowing it.’ ” Read More