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When is a woman at her weakest point?
In my opinion a woman is at her weakest point when she is physically attacked by offenders for molestation or rape bid without any one to by her side to extend helping hand. The physical and mental trauma she had to undergo due to her weak sex, only the victims can give vivid description. Even when a woman loses her husband,siblings or dearest ones,it is the tragic sequence of her helplessness but not weakest point.
Why is spending time with family or bonding time important?
Asked in Family
How can your family influence you?
they can influence you in many ways but a main one is is by telling you things they do. e.g if your older sister said she liked playing netball it could influence you to think 'oh yeah, maybe i wanna try netball' hope you under stand where im coming from:) not just family but many people can influence you! xo
What are the responsibilities of a daughter?
Opinions from Contributors: Opinion Expectations of a daughter's responsibilities vary according to the culture in which she lives. Cleaning the house, obeying her mother and respecting her parents may be what is required of her in some cultures. In other cultures parents regard one of a daughter's (or a son's) main responsibilities as being to study dutifully, successfully complete her education to the highest level of her ability, and then obtain high status, well paid employment. It might also be regarded as a daughter's (or son's) duty to marry well and produce children. When parents become elderly, with failing health, it is regarded in most cultures as mainly a daughter's duty to take responsibility for their emotional and practical support, and for either providing, or else arranging, personal care for them. Opinion Basic responisibilities of the daughter include : Obey family orders Obey and follow the family rules and regulations Respect the culture, tradition, religion Fulfill the expectations of family Never betray trust of family members Make everyone in family proud by her good deeds Keep everyone in family happy and satisfied Spread love and trust in family. Opinion It is important to distinguish between legal and cultural responsibilities. The above deals with cultural expectations. In all developed nations, there are very few legal responsibilities that children have to their parents. And no distinctions are made between a daughter and a son in terms of legal responsibilities for their parents. In the developed world, legal responsibilities of children for their parents are almost universally voluntarily assumed: children are often the designated heirs, and will fulfill roles such as executioner of the estate, medical proxy, and even legal guardianship. However, these type of legal responsibilities are something that the child and parent must agree upon, and cannot be forced onto the child (if the child defers receiving them, such duties, at the last resort, fall to the state to resolve, usually via a court-appointed 3rd party). That is, developed nations assume that an adult is responsible for arranging their own affairs, and that no other adult has an inherent (non-voluntary) duty to manage another's affairs. In the developing world, which seldom has an extensive legal framework and body of laws, cultural norms are enforced as legal requirements. That is, law is based on custom. In developing countries that have created a more independent and formal legal system, custom is often used as a guideline where the laws haven't been explicit - that is, judges will enforce customary roles (usually with some flexibility based on the particular facts of the case) when the law doesn't provide explicit instructions. This hybrid approach is typical found in a country moving from a purely customary legal system to one of explicit legal formalism.
Asked in Relationships, Friendship, Family
What are the five relationships of Daoism?
the Five Relationships: ruler and minister, father and son, husband and wife, elder and younger brother, and friend and friend. For the most part, however, these relationships all function as variations on the father and son relationship. For example, ruler, husband, elder brother and older friend are all in the position of the father figure in relation to the minister, son, wife, younger brother and younger friend. Where the father's duty is to care for his son, be loyal to him and protect him, it is the son's duty to be loyal to the father and obey his instruction.
Asked in Child Safety, Family
Are children being capable of horrific behavior?
Yes, there is a small percentage of children that can come from good homes or abusive homes that have horrific behavior such as bullying; getting into gangs and committing crimes; being disrespectful to a parent or parents even to the point of verbal or physical abuse and in some cases children with horrific behavior problems can kill animals (not a good sign); are always in trouble with the law and sometime can murder their own families or someone else. Children as young a five or six can display tendencies such as harming or killing animals; kicking, biting when there is no disease present that would make these actions occur; destroying things of their parents in the home. There was a case in England where two 10 year old boys kidnapped a two year old child from a mall; sodomized him; beat him and threw his body over a bridge to the train tracks below and they were tried as adults and served time, but not too long ago were released under assumed names. It is the mistake of society that does not believe children can kill and do not gain the knowledge to see the red flags of children who are going in that direction.
What are the introduction of broken family?
The introduction to a broken family is not accepting personal responsibility. When we don't accept our personal responsibility, whatever the situation may be, it places the burden on other people in the relationship, which makes things difficult. When things are difficult, we become unhappy. Eventually, this can lead to a broken family. Of course this is only one reason, but a very popular one.
Asked in Relationships, Family, Jealousy
What can you do to rekindle a relationship?
Asked in Family
How can I help my brother man up?
First off get rid of the attitude of 'man up.' What makes you think you are the best man to help your brother! Each individual matures at their own speed and also one brother could be a sports jock; likes to get into fights, etc., while his brother may have a quiet attitude and enjoy reading books, but it should not cause any problems between two brothers and they should respect each other for what their personalities are. Sometimes the person who is quiet and keeps out of trouble or walks away from a fight is often far more mature than the brother who thinks he's a man.
Asked in Creation, Family, The Sims 3
When did the concept of family start?
When Adam and Eve began having children, the concept of family was started. Genesis 4 1And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the LORD. 2And she again bare his brother Abel. And Abel was a keeper of sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground. Actually the concept of family existed within the Godhead. The family is a representation of the Godhead. The Godhead unites in actions and collaboration to produce LOVE which is the existence of all things, visible and invisible. God's intention was for the invisible LOVE phenomenon to be paralleled into a physical world, but unfortunately conditional love born after the separation of man and God has pretty much done away with this parallel. Man, woman and God was to be united as a family to produce LOVE in a physical manifestation through children. How ironic is that some parents torture the product of God's LOVE and some even kill their children. It is why God never intended for selfish unities such as one night stands, homosexuality and other selfish perversions that are supposed to represent His LOVE and character but man has distorted into his own perverse and selfish imagination because he has freedom to do so! Hope this helps.