Is it really true that it takes a perfect combination of loving parents to raise the perfect child? If you have a non-custodial parent or an uninvolved parent who is not nurturing, nurturing parental, or not the best parents then your child is more likely to be neglected and in need of love.
With a healthy child, you want a nurturing and loving parent. You also want a responsible and competent parent who can handle the situation and help your child through any difficult situation.
And finally, you need a parent who takes responsibility for the welfare of the child. With neglectful parents, your child is most likely to suffer from illness and mental illness and is at a greater risk for crime and delinquency. Neglectful parents are usually an irresponsible person who lacks the self-control to care for the child.
Non-custodial parents should not make demands for custody and make the child the center of their lives and wants. But be aware that you cannot control what the non-custodial parent does. You cannot control the adult choices that they make. Non-custodial parents should be able to trust that the custodial parent will be in a position to respond appropriately when needed.
If your child has a visitation schedule which means you must spend half of your day with the child. You are most likely to need a parenting time schedule. This will mean that you spend the same amount of time with the child on a daily basis.
A good parent understands that and works to fit his or her life around the needs of the child. A parent is a much better parent when he or she is able to provide the necessary support to the child.
Great grandparents are wonderful for children. However, they are not the best parents because you can never replace the role of a grandparent with any other. There are times when grandparents might want to learn more about and attend to the child’s needs. But no other time when a grandparent is in the best position to do so.
In addition, your child will require help when you become an adult. Children need to be raised by parents who can take them out of their homes and help them transition into adulthood.
This includes a father who can take the role of a father and an older brother or sister who will act as a mother figure. Grandparents may be a great help to the child, but these two roles are very different.
Grandparents are going to need to be supportive of the child while they are growing up. A family who is not capable of caring for themselves and the child will need to seek out loving parents to adopt their child or raise the child themselves.
There is no way to make this work unless the child wants it to work. You must be willing to make the effort and find the child a loving family. The family must be committed to taking care of the child and helping them succeed. Parents who simply want to go to their child and ask for money are not going to be supportive.
You have to have a working relationship with the child. Your relationship is the foundation for the relationship you will have with the child in the future. If you only visit the child once a month or you send money to the custodial parent and you try to get back into the child’s life when the custodial parent changes, you are not helping the child.
Child welfare laws do not discriminate. Every state has different child welfare laws. Also, all children have different needs, but parents must be able to work with a child who has special needs.