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Traditional Families Best Environment for Children

Traditional Families Best Environment for Children

By Charles Lyons

A recently published CDC study finds that children who are raised in traditional, two-parent biological families are overwhelmingly safer than one parent households.
The study found that 70% of children living in the traditional nuclear family setting experienced no “adverse childhood events.” Adverse childhood events were traumas defined as divorce/separation of parents, death of parents, incarceration of parents, substance abuse in the home, domestic violence in the home, neighborhood violence, and poverty.

The study also found that 78.3% of children growing up in one biological parent households experienced at least one of these adverse childhood events. In a time of no-fault divorces (mostly initiated by women) and ruthless custody battles (nearly always won by women), children growing up in the United States today are being exposed to a lot of traumatic events in their young lives when they are still developing psychologically.

Look around at society and you will see that it is filled with millions of maladjusted young men and women who grew up in single parent households. Young boys growing up in fatherless households never receive valuable lessons on masculine virtues and fail to ever get in touch with their masculinity. Young girls who grow up without their fathers are today stereotyped as “having daddy issues” as they partake in sexual promiscuity. Broken households do not make for a healthy society.

We here at Male Defender believe fathers should play an integral role in the lives of their children. It would appear that the CDC is on our side. While women may not need a man like a fish needs a bicycle (they have Uncle Sam to bail them out), it appears that children do need fathers in their lives.

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  1. Charles Lyons
    Posted May 11, 2014 at 8:33 pm | Permalink

    Here is the recent CDC study I was referring to in the article: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nhsr/nhsr074.pdf

  2. unclebern00
    Posted May 11, 2014 at 8:37 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for posting Charles!

  3. Doc
    Posted May 11, 2014 at 10:37 pm | Permalink

    Good to be here!
    We need more ppl to hear this kinda stuff.

  4. Towgunner
    Posted May 15, 2014 at 2:18 am | Permalink

    Why do compassionate liberals jump on things like desert turtles and homosexuals but then ignore the real issue of our times and that is fallout from divorce? Someone said to me that in therapy it’s cliche to root the majority of people’s issues to a bad family, such as a divorced family. Having experienced this I can attest it’s cliche for good reason. I don’t want sympathy, no; but I’d like to see the same liberals that knowingly deny this problem when it’s all around them held accountable for their negligence. Especially the ones that promote anti-family media/propaganda.

    There are two main issues that I observe with people; 1. Divorce 2. Molestation. Anything from the liberals? Well, divorce is consistent with feminism and a promiscuous culture, both being heavily supported by liberals. Molestation: first rule: only Priests of a certain religion can be molesters. That said, pedophilia is dicey, too many special interests could be at risk. So, we’ll never see anything from them, they’ll just let the problem get worse. And that’s a liberal: privilege and sex trumps the lives of others, with emphasis, children.

    • Posted May 17, 2014 at 6:18 pm | Permalink

      I concur! Spot on! Political Far-Lefties only “concern troll” others, while forcing their views as “We care, you don’t” shaming. Bern mentioned this on video. Thanks for calling them out on it Bern.

  5. Jennifer Lokken
    Posted May 16, 2014 at 2:20 am | Permalink

    Great article…shared it on FB!

  6. Posted May 17, 2014 at 6:11 pm | Permalink

    The truth we’ll never hear in mainstream media & press. Thanks Bern.

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