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For you parents on here let me ask you a question???

 
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I didn’t know what Love was until I had a child.
That changes you, when you would take a bullet without question to protect your children, there is no love like that. Ever.
 Quoting: Jenny222


Yes, absolutely this.

From the proactive perspective I was always prepared to kill to protect my kids. I mean literally. Yet I loathe violence, this is a profoundly instinctive thing, logic and ethics aren't in it.

My son became a father not long ago. He held her seconds after she was born. He told me he was instantaneously hit by a massive surge of a ferocious protection feeling for her. I guess that means he would kill to protect her too.

Most normal parents would risk everything to protect and care for their children. Completely selflessly. You don't know the meaning of responsibility until your kids are born.

Most, though not all, childless people live their lives in a sort of extended adolescence, a self-orientated, pleasure-seeking bubble.

Childless people cannot possibly understand what it's like to be a parent.

We are two different species.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56578585


You freely admit that ethics are out the window. That applies to a lot of people when it comes to making money, especially when children are involved. They'll do whatever job that pays the most, even if they know it's consciously wrong and helping the global elite build their prison systems. TPB are glad to let you raise your registered slaves and thank you for helping secure another generation for them.

As for me, I love my children too much to bring them to this Earth/reality.
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I didn’t know what Love was until I had a child.
That changes you, when you would take a bullet without question to protect your children, there is no love like that. Ever.
 Quoting: Jenny222


Yes, absolutely this.

From the proactive perspective I was always prepared to kill to protect my kids. I mean literally. Yet I loathe violence, this is a profoundly instinctive thing, logic and ethics aren't in it.

My son became a father not long ago. He held her seconds after she was born. He told me he was instantaneously hit by a massive surge of a ferocious protection feeling for her. I guess that means he would kill to protect her too.

Most normal parents would risk everything to protect and care for their children. Completely selflessly. You don't know the meaning of responsibility until your kids are born.

Most, though not all, childless people live their lives in a sort of extended adolescence, a self-orientated, pleasure-seeking bubble.

Childless people cannot possibly understand what it's like to be a parent.

We are two different species.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56578585


You freely admit that ethics are out the window. That applies to a lot of people when it comes to making money, especially when children are involved. They'll do whatever job that pays the most, even if they know it's consciously wrong and helping the global elite build their prison systems. TPB are glad to let you raise your registered slaves and thank you for helping secure another generation for them.

As for me, I love my children too much to bring them to this Earth/reality.
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I didn’t know what Love was until I had a child.
That changes you, when you would take a bullet without question to protect your children, there is no love like that. Ever.
 Quoting: Jenny222


Yes, absolutely this.

From the proactive perspective I was always prepared to kill to protect my kids. I mean literally. Yet I loathe violence, this is a profoundly instinctive thing, logic and ethics aren't in it.

My son became a father not long ago. He held her seconds after she was born. He told me he was instantaneously hit by a massive surge of a ferocious protection feeling for her. I guess that means he would kill to protect her too.

Most normal parents would risk everything to protect and care for their children. Completely selflessly. You don't know the meaning of responsibility until your kids are born.

Most, though not all, childless people live their lives in a sort of extended adolescence, a self-orientated, pleasure-seeking bubble.

Childless people cannot possibly understand what it's like to be a parent.

We are two different species.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56578585


You freely admit that ethics are out the window. That applies to a lot of people when it comes to making money, especially when children are involved. They'll do whatever job that pays the most, even if they know it's consciously wrong and helping the global elite build their prison systems. TPB are glad to let you raise your registered slaves and thank you for helping secure another generation for them.

As for me, I love my children too much to bring them to this Earth/reality.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78477960


Spot on!

So many sell outs these days that people think its normal.
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I didn’t know what Love was until I had a child.
That changes you, when you would take a bullet without question to protect your children, there is no love like that. Ever.
 Quoting: Jenny222


Yes, absolutely this.

From the proactive perspective I was always prepared to kill to protect my kids. I mean literally. Yet I loathe violence, this is a profoundly instinctive thing, logic and ethics aren't in it.

My son became a father not long ago. He held her seconds after she was born. He told me he was instantaneously hit by a massive surge of a ferocious protection feeling for her. I guess that means he would kill to protect her too.

Most normal parents would risk everything to protect and care for their children. Completely selflessly. You don't know the meaning of responsibility until your kids are born.

Most, though not all, childless people live their lives in a sort of extended adolescence, a self-orientated, pleasure-seeking bubble.

Childless people cannot possibly understand what it's like to be a parent.

We are two different species.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 56578585


You freely admit that ethics are out the window. That applies to a lot of people when it comes to making money, especially when children are involved. They'll do whatever job that pays the most, even if they know it's consciously wrong and helping the global elite build their prison systems. TPB are glad to let you raise your registered slaves and thank you for helping secure another generation for them.

As for me, I love my children too much to bring them to this Earth/reality.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78477960


Spot on!

So many sell outs these days that people think its normal.
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Apart from the love, you're life is over for 16 years.
Thats the last time you call me Peter sweetknees dobson.
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different meaning for different parents.

I have 2 incredible "normies" and 1 extraordinary multiply disabled children.

My grandfather once told me that "gifts" could be seen as a blessing or a burden. I didn't really get it at the time.

A couple of years ago a visitor at church noticed me struggling with carrying Lady Katie, who is unable to walk unassisted. He came over and offered to help me while explaining he knew how much of a burden I was under. I immediately thanked him and said it was no burden, she is my heart. I have made no sacrifices for her, I have missed nothing and gained a love very few know of.

I now know what my grandfather meant.

Unconditional love.
The dead are just the undead waiting to happen.
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It means after you look into an innocent child's eyes,

and it's your child, you don't have the same selfish

instinct as you did before.

The only part that is truly amazing is when you have

a partner that agrees with you and you both decide to do

whatever is right in your power to help this child

grow up 'better than you did'.

You sacrifice what you can to help them get along.

Your heart hurts when they are sad or hurt.


It changes you...
Everyone wants war but the people that fight them.
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different meaning for different parents.

I have 2 incredible "normies" and 1 extraordinary multiply disabled children.

My grandfather once told me that "gifts" could be seen as a blessing or a burden. I didn't really get it at the time.

A couple of years ago a visitor at church noticed me struggling with carrying Lady Katie, who is unable to walk unassisted. He came over and offered to help me while explaining he knew how much of a burden I was under. I immediately thanked him and said it was no burden, she is my heart. I have made no sacrifices for her, I have missed nothing and gained a love very few know of.

I now know what my grandfather meant.

Unconditional love.
 Quoting: Captainawesome1701


Knocked me over


too_sad
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It means after you look into an innocent child's eyes,

and it's your child, you don't have the same selfish

instinct as you did before.

The only part that is truly amazing is when you have

a partner that agrees with you and you both decide to do

whatever is right in your power to help this child

grow up 'better than you did'.

You sacrifice what you can to help them get along.

Your heart hurts when they are sad or hurt.


It changes you...
 Quoting: 1guynAz


Thank you for sharing
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02/14/2020 05:28 PM
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Re: For you parents on here let me ask you a question???
Not condemning

Just want to understand

What does that mean when you say

“Having children changes you”

Every parent says it

Usually when they want to justify tyranny or bullshit

Please help me understand.....

Thank you in advance
 Quoting: No Pressure 76095568


It does not change everyone.

But, for those who are civil, it does have an impact on them. You either become responsible and care for your child you don't.

Look at the different culture in America. Most are in tuned to help their children grow and become men and women. Those that don't will only end up with what we see in your average Liberal, Democratically control shitholes. Those cities with high crime, welfare, drugs, prostitution, civil , social and economic regression etc. Being a parent changes you. At least it is supposed to change you so that you become responsible and think about the future of your off springs.

We are here today because our parents in most cases were responsible enough to ensure we survive, grow up, have children as they did, and to ensure that they survive and their DNA is passed on.

Everyone who is born has only one reason to be here. It is to have children and ensure they continue the process. THINK ABOUT WHAT I SAID AND YOUR QUESTION.
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02/14/2020 05:31 PM
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It changes women.

The suddenly never want to have sex again (unless they want another crumb cruncher). Then they're "horny" until knocked up. After that..it's over Johnny.
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It changes women.

The suddenly never want to have sex again (unless they want another crumb cruncher). Then they're "horny" until knocked up. After that..it's over Johnny.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77659306


I’ve heard that from a lot of people

They want to have sex, just not with you

In the book of Ezekiel it says that women need to be taught to love their children

I marveled at that
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Not condemning

Just want to understand

What does that mean when you say

“Having children changes you”

Every parent says it

Usually when they want to justify tyranny or bullshit

Please help me understand.....

Thank you in advance
 Quoting: No Pressure 76095568


It does not change everyone.

But, for those who are civil, it does have an impact on them. You either become responsible and care for your child you don't.

Look at the different culture in America. Most are in tuned to help their children grow and become men and women. Those that don't will only end up with what we see in your average Liberal, Democratically control shitholes. Those cities with high crime, welfare, drugs, prostitution, civil , social and economic regression etc. Being a parent changes you. At least it is supposed to change you so that you become responsible and think about the future of your off springs.

We are here today because our parents in most cases were responsible enough to ensure we survive, grow up, have children as they did, and to ensure that they survive and their DNA is passed on.

Everyone who is born has only one reason to be here. It is to have children and ensure they continue the process. THINK ABOUT WHAT I SAID AND YOUR QUESTION.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18990010



You are very passionate about what you believe

and I have heard you
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Marriage is not easy

Two need to be on one boat together

Much more to comprehend
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TBH as a parents, we haven't said this. Not once. Maybe because me & husband understood from day one that children grow up and flee the nest. We have always focused on each other #1 and made kids #2. We did lose being spontaneous & privacy, yet that's only temporary. Being spontaneous is coming back since the kids are now teens. Yet privacy is almost zero due to the teens being aware & it's close quarters. We have had other say we're not good parents because we don't put our kids first. That's their opinion. We chose to focus on having a healthy marriage so our children who are under our roofs for a small part of their lives. More is caught then taught approach. Each to their own.
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You are responsible for another life. That changes you.

Before becoming a parent, we didn't even take that much care for own lives.

It shifts priorities and foundations.

hf
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It changes women.

The suddenly never want to have sex again (unless they want another crumb cruncher). Then they're "horny" until knocked up. After that..it's over Johnny.
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Not true
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Excuse my absence

Everyone has their own life experience

Maybe that’s why everyone can’t get along
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Going to play a song

Be right back
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Dont cry for me GLP

The truth is

I never left you
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You have to raise them so they learn how to do literally everything. Walking, talking, eating, how to be a human being, and as they get older there’s less of a textbook answer on how you should handle all the questions they ask, and it gets harder sometimes to figure out if you are doing literally the best that you possibly could. They grow, you grow.

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Having a child makes you focus on your good qualities much more keep these for your kiddos
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Re: For you parents on here let me ask you a question???
Not condemning

Just want to understand

What does that mean when you say

“Having children changes you”

Every parent says it

Usually when they want to justify tyranny or bullshit

Please help me understand.....

Thank you in advance
 Quoting: No Pressure 76095568




If you really believe the 'tyranny' thing you shouldn't have kids. Ever. But anyways - all I will say is that you don't truly know what you believe until you teach your own kids, and if aren't changed when you have them then you suck at being a parent.





GLP