Discussion Forum 1: What does it take to be a “good” parent?

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Discussion Forum 1: What does it take to be a “good” parent?

What are some additional qualities characteristics life situations that may not be necessary but that you feel are beneficial or make it easier to be a “good” parent?Explain

 

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Discussion Forum 1: What does it take to be a “good” parent? – 20 points

You will be awarded 10 points for your original post (400 words) and 5 points for each response (100 words each) (total of 20 points). You will lose points if you do not meet the minimum word count copy a groupmate’s post have multiple grammatical errors write incoherently or if you are rude to a classmate.

On page 26 of your Brooks textbook there is a discussion of Lykken’s argument that a parenting license should be required.

Read this carefully and then respond to some or all of the following:

What is your opinion of Lykken’s argument? (Note: You can agree or disagree with all or just part of Lykken’s argument and/or license requirements).

While you may not agree with all or any of Lykken’s arguments the majority of people agree that not everyone is an equally good parent.

In your opinion what are the qualities characteristics life situations that you feel are necessary to be a “good” parent.

What are some additional qualities characteristics life situations that may not be necessary but that you feel are beneficial or make it easier to be a “good” parent?

How can we facilitate more people to be “good” parents? Be specific in your answer.