What Is The Most Important Thing That You Learned From Your Parents?


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Pamela Krueger Profile
Pamela Krueger answered
That you can have fun without spending lots of money, to enjoy the simple things in life, to believe in God, to be kind to old people (lol won't be too long and I'll be one of those...), to respect yourself, to say thank you.
Cindy Thompson Profile
Cindy Thompson answered
How not to parent. They were very abusive. My husband and I looked to the church to help us raise our children and believe God that if we raised them in the ways of the Lord that they would not depart.
tara milano Profile
tara milano answered
Not to treat my kids like objects that are replaceable. And to love them with all you have they have feelings too. I guess my parents didn't know that.
Jacquelyn Mathis Profile
That the dinner table was the most important thing in the house other than the people that sat around it. Laughing, talking, joking, and being together was the most important thing. ♥
I believe my parents taught me how not to act~(not leaders by example)  what a depressing Q for me to comment on...now I'm remembering things that I care not to...♥
michelle Profile
michelle answered
The most important thing I have ever learned from my mom (I don't thank to my dad) was to always look on the brite side.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
That love really is the greatest gift.  Yes I know it sounds  like a bumper sticker or a tshirt, but it's true this is what they taught me through their example.  Oh, and that no one should die alone
suman kumar Profile
suman kumar answered
The most important thing my parents taught me was respect others, love everybody and be kind 
Penny Kay Profile
Penny Kay answered
The most important thing that I learned from my parents is that 'Parental Involvement', is Critical, in the development of Children.

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