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Companionship in Families, Too

a happy family

Sometimes one family has the attitude that no one can succeed in the world and each child becomes infused with failure, usually succumbing to it — in school, later on in career, and in marriage. Meanwhile, a family next door, in the same apartment house, with a similar total income, is grateful for life in America and so eager to work with gumption and optimism that each child does quite well in school. Very often these children end up with happy marriages and own successful businesses.

Too often children's minds and emotions are soaked through with the world-views of their moms and dads. Where the father has confidence and a friendly view of other people, children look forward to the unfoldment of their own lives. A parent who is angry about his life conveys frustration and fear to his youthful companions. A happy mother is a comforting inspiration to young ones who not only feel loved and "worthwhile" but able to confront their own problems and enjoy happiness too.

In most cases, parents are our primary...

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