Why are mothers better parents than fathers
Gender is one of the most clearly evident features of human beings. For this reason, common knowledge often tends to create gender-related stereotypes. One of these is the claim that women make better parents than men just because of their natural, i.e. animal, instincts. However, in my life experience I have been observing parents and their offspring behave in a diverse range of manners, especially from an educational point of view. What I can assess is that male and female parents are shaped by the above cliché only when the surrounding culture traps them into such a sectorial “division of parenthood”: Father is supposed to work long hours, and mother is supposed to do laundry and cook dinner. In spite of that, I have often witnessed these stereotypical roles switch or blend, as both parents showed their own strong personality. This, like any deviation from a cultural mainstream, reflects on the kids and makes a decisive impact in their understanding of the world as they grow up.
Why Men Lie Up and Women Lie Down.
In conclusion, I advocate the idea that women make better parents than men. Women not only have many natural skills, such as: good stamina, calmness but also some appropriate condition to become good parents and that is why they have the greater role in raising children in most societies.
And the final reason why I think women make better parents than men is women have better communication skill. In 1992, Swan made a survey about the differences among brains of girls and boys. After some tests, he finally discovered that almost girls have better score in oral skills. Communication skills are one of the most important skill to become good parents because your children inherit everything from their Mom and Dad such as: behavior, character Thus, verbal skill influences children a lot.