About Parents

About Parents

“It’s the intention that drives us; it’s the unintended that defines us.”

For adults who were once children, the important thing to remember about parents is that they are, first and foremost, people. And the problem with people is that they are immensely prone to fallacy. People, as a whole, are less than ideal beings when considering other people, removing one’s self from the broader notion of humanity in order to consider humanity as a whole. Therefore, when a person becomes a parent, that parent then becomes a person with great expectation, a person unable to remove him/herself from the equation of the child’s life. And these types of parents, who hold great expectations for their child (or children) are the worst.  Read more