The Funny Truth about Parenting

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Banel Gadsden
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct 30, 2009 - 90 pages
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The funny truth takes a look at the oldest profession in the world. Parenting! It will make you laugh, cry and cry some more because raising children is not for the faint of heart. The truth looks as some of the differences in how we raise our children in the Black Mothers parenting skills. We will explore the influences that shape our children lives like peer pressure, alcohol and drugs. The truth is society has given more power to our children and handcuffed parents with time out. The new addiction our children suffer from is the World Wide Web and they are hooked into myspace, Facebook and twitter at the tip of their fingers. The funny truth is every day television displays dysfunctional families airing out their issues. Who needs a Soap Opera? The truth looks at the relationships between parent and child with Battle of the Sexes. In the last century all kinds of books and magazines have been published on how to raise children and on parenting. I guess we didn't know what we were doing before. So how did we get out of the Dark Ages of parenting? I don't know but the funny truth is we all have stories to tell about parenting so why not laugh while doing it.

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About the author (2009)

J. Montana is the pen and artist name of Jeanine Wright. I have been working as a professional Fine Artist for over ten years; exhibiting publicly and commercially. I display my multi-cultural background through my paintings. I am a first time novelist. I have also written an urban fantasy novel Pure Blood is the 1st in the series and The Immortals the follow up. They are both currently available on Amazon.com (print on demand & e-book) & Kindle digital reader. The 3rd book of the series The Lost will be available in the winter 2010. For more information please check out my webpage at www.montanasart.com

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