I have listened to a discussion yesterday regarding interracial relationships, primarily discussing about the identity of the children. It was mentioned that the more open the parents are to their children about their culture, their background, things about themselves, the more whole the child feels to be as they grow up. It was also said that how one parent talks about the other parent, and vice versa, is absorbed by the child as his identity. Which means, the more compliment each one gives the other (parents), will be a more added confidence on the child.
Two parents has to be good to each other, even their relationship broke apart. It may not be easy because for a relationship to be separated by reasons has to involve deep bitter emotions.
While, as a single person, living individually would be a constant weighing of how to best walk rightfully. In life, I…
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