Friday, March 26, 2010

Guaranteed System for Parenting Success

Everyone is familiar with get rich quick schemes. Some screaming overly excited  salesman on TV desperately tries to get you to buy into his idea. You can make millions right from your own home in only a few minutes a day. You never even have to leave the couch.

There are email versions as well. You may be contacted by Royalty from an African country. They have just inherited a large sum of money and they need to move it to the US. If you give them your bank account information then you will receive a percentage for your troubles.

I am sure all of you have seen or heard many types of tricks and schemes. Surely you all filed them under the "too good to be true" category and went on about your business.

There are many other too good to be true schemes out there as well.  Here are a few.
  • You can eliminate up to $100,000 of debt in one month with my proven system.
  • Stop smoking in one week guaranteed with my free system.
  • Lose 100 pounds in a week without drugs or expensive surgery.
  • Subscribe to my proven system and I will send you guaranteed winning picks for every NFL game.
  • Buy my book to learn a system guaranteed to beat any casino in black jack or your money back.
There are so many guaranteed easy ways to succeed in life I can't figure out why I am not a millionaire. Something doesn't add up.

Today I want to share a proven method of my own. It is a one step method. You only have to do one thing for guaranteed success.

My method will teach you how to be the best parent you can possibly be. If you follow my proven method you will be an all-star mom or dad immediately. I can hear you out there asking right now, "How can I do it? What will make me a great parent?"


Of course because of our sinful nature we will all fall short some times, but this is the ultimate goal. Strive for this goal and your parenting is certain to be top notch.

Loving your children more than alcohol or the need to "feel good" can help the parent who goes to the bar and misses a Little League game. Loving your children more than your desire for lust can help the dad who is endangering his marriage by chasing women every night. Loving your kids more than your need for control can help a parent with anger and yelling issues. Loving your kids more than your job might save you a few extra moments a day to share with them.

If you simply love your children more than yourself and all your selfish desires you will be a super mom or dad. An added bonus is the fact that once you start living for your children you won't miss all those other things that made you "feel good". Seeing your child smile will be the best high you can reach.

It seems so simple, yet we all know parents that just can't seem to figure this out. I will never understand how so many moms and dads miss the boat entirely when it comes to caring for their kids.

For my loyal readers there is no charge for this system. Feel free to share the secret with any parents that might be struggling. I promise it is not too good to be true. It just feels that way when you do it right.


WeaselMomma said...

You've learned the secret! The best pert is that it comes naturally. The hard part is when your heart breaks because you have to say 'no.' That is the hardest act of love.

This was wonderful and spirit lifting, Thank You.

John said...

Awesome post. Thanks for posting it!

Katherine said...

Wow! This is a great post! It's so true. I know that I would give ANYTHING to see my son smile. Anything to make sure he's happy and cared for and most of all LOVED! That's why it's so heartbreaking to see the kids who don't have parents who understand this all too simple method.

I'm sold on this system!

Brandy said...

i like this. and it's so true.

john cave osborne said...

i tell you what, my friend, you may root for the wrong SEC team, but you sure did a good job of breaking it down well in the post.

most men are too cool to say stuff like that. most men probably aren't as involved w/ their kids as you.

much respect. PERIOD.

EdathomeDad said...

I have to thank my wife and child for really showing me what love is and for truly teaching me to be a better man, husband and father. Very well done post.

seashore subjects said...

Yea! Something I do and find easy to follow through on everyday. Remembering that no is a huge part of love is important too.

Manic Mommy said...

Love this post.

I tell my boys all the time "I love you more every day." and every day it's true.

surprised mom said...

This is the best advice I've ever read! Thanks for this post. Braden is one lucky little boy. I'll be sure to pass it on.

PJ Mullen said...

Well done, there isn't some magic trick you can acquire for three payments of $19.95, you just have to be there and give them everything you got.