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Many mums come up to me after a parenting seminar to compliment me, which is nice. Compliments are often followed up by ‘I wish my husband was here tonight. He’s the one who needs to hear your message.’   While it doesn’t take two parents to raise kids effectively, it’s certainly easier when there are two parents sharing the job. It’s also easier still when both parents have similar philosophies and ideas about raising kids.   In reality most parents learn on the job so parents who share the journey and the child-rearing experiences are more likely to work from the same song sheet.  That doesn’t mean that both parents always see eye to eye about everything.  But a willingness to accommodate each other’s ideas and thoughts helps.    It’s reassuring for kids to see their parents working t...(sign-up as a member to continue reading this article)

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