How Your Child Acts Essay

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How Your Child Acts

First of all I think that in the back of every parents mind are questions concerning their child's future. Like will it be a doctor, a lawyer, or the next president of the United
States. But with these questions there are also more questions that are not discussed freely like what if it is a bad child or it is uncontrollable? And will it do drugs or try alcohol and smoke cigarettes? Another question that might be in the back of a parents mind is about its child's sexual orientation. I know this may seem far fetched to some people but if I had a child right now in todays world, that question would not be in the back of my mind but in the front. I know that any parent and including me will love their
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For instance they used to take all her friends, we were all boys to baseball games and hockey games. There was never another girl there except for herself. And I guess she felt comfortable hanging around with boys and her parents didn't mind as long as she was happy, because that was really what mattered. On the other hand there was my neighbors son. This boy was the total opposite of the girl. He never played with boys but he was always around girls. He was always teased by the other boys including me, but we were all young back then. But looking back at this, it's weird to notice that we always made fun of the boy who acted like a girl but never did I hear anyone make fun of the girl.
I think that the boys parents were more upset about the little boys playmates than anyone else. The boys father, my neighbor used to push the boy into doing boy stuff like playing little league baseball and pop warner football. Whenever the father saw us boys playing football or basketball on the street, he would literally drag the boy out of the house to make him play with us. The little boy would be in tears crying but you could still hear his father encouraging him to play. We all knew that the boy was scared straight by his father and dared not to disobey his father, but he didn't want to play. Even the boys mother was like his father. If other girls came to play with the boy,

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