• 9-23-2017 [Proverbs 22:6 Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.] Parenting is for a lifetime.
  • depends on if its really their fault or not
  • Me? Nah. They weren't the best, but weren't the worst. I don't put my failures, or my successes, on them. Other people than me? I can't answer that question... depends on the situation. For instance, anyone born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome can lay the blame for a lot of their problems on their parents... for life. That's an extreme example, of course.
  • Don't know exactly, but, I think much. Because a child gets to be what he/she has seen in his family.
  • Galatians 6:4 “But let each one examine his own actions, and then he will have cause for rejoicing in regard to himself alone, and not in comparison with the other person. 5 For each one will carry his own load.” Once we become adults, we have to decide if we will continue living according to our upbringing, or if we will choose a different path. In the end, an adult is responsible for their own actions. Great question, by the way.
  • Your situation in life is a choice. Bad parents doesn't mean bad kid, just as good parents doesn't mean good kid. You can have shitty parents (or no parents) and still grow up to be a contributor to society.
  • probably all your life depending on what your parents did
    • Archie Bunker
      Or you can take responsibility for your life and stop blaming it all on someone else.

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