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“One of my daughters’ used to watch pornographic videos which she got from her school friends; this habit gradually led her to act and behave in a strange ways.
At the time, I have no idea why she was acting and behaving in such ways but then I found…” There is nothing joyful and satisfactory than to see your loving child is being happy and successful.
However, it is not always parents’ will and decision that mold their personality and action.
Schools, peers, media and internet websites, which are under the influence and mostly the reflection of western cultures, have a major impact.
It influences from the simplest clothing style up to their level of mind set up.
Most parents won’t find it easy to guide and raise their children the way they like to be.
It is also the hardest to inculcate when they reach to 13-19 years of age.
“I sometimes have fears that would my son hate me if I reproach him...or would he stay away? Or would he then get himself into trouble?” The practical parenting experiences in this book enable parents to understand about western cultural influence on teenage children and their struggle to protect them from such influences and embrace the indigenous cultures.
Tigist Kebede has obtained her Masters degree in Social work in 2014.
Since then she has been working in different governmental and nongovernmental organization on gender equality, women empowerment and child development related programs.
It has been her interest to focus and work on culture and how they have an impact on child development.
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