In reading the article, maybe I missed a couple of pages, but I never read
anything suggesting that the authors were speaking out against, or encouraging
parents to ridicule or disown any of their children who did not live up to the
ideals of perfection, or who might be at odds with sexual orientation issues.Why is it that articles such as these must be torn apart, dissected and
then roasted. Can't we simply read the article, glean those ideas which might
be especially useful to our own family and set the rest quietly aside,
understanding that not every concept works with every individual. There were many great ideas in this article. Can't we just say thank you,
I'll take this under advisement and move on, and hopefully upwards?
Sound advices, any parent regardless their gender or sexual orientation may
apply. Good parenting requires unconditional love, perseverance and a lot of
Wait a minute. You want parents to get together and discuss their children?
Yeah, I guess that's not a bad idea. An all encompassing sixth facet could be to
be more accepting and loving even if your children don't fit your idea of the
Simply wonderful idea!(wonderful because it is simple.)