Today’s read is from NY Post columnist Karol Markowicz. Here’s an excerpt:
A new Pew study shows parents would prefer — by a lot — their children prioritize financial in dependence an d a good career over family and children. Eighty-eight percent of parents said it’s “extremely or very important” for their children to be financially independent when they reach adulthood; 88% also said the same of their children having a job they enjoy.
Only 21% of parents said it was “extremely or very important” for their child to get married, and just 20% felt that strongly about their progeny reproducing.
This is a giant mistake.
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