I quite agree with what the article says. Recently, Japan has seen a declining birth rate and an increase in men and women who don’t get married. I think that one of the reasons is the family environment where they are brought up.
I have often said in lecture meetings: “If mothers have children taken care of at too early age by nursery schools in order to work out, the children cannot gain spiritual stability and have various behavior problems after puberty. Some of them should develop mental problems.” It is my opinion that young people today have so-called “tender heart” and are so vulnerable because they were not able to gain sufficient parents’ love or trust in their early childhood environment. According to the article below, such early home environments contribute to the ability to maintain a happy married life until death.”
The elites try to destroy families to enslave people so that they promote women to participate in society. I want you to understand that the Rockefellers inspired women’s liberation movement with an aim to destroy families. You should not be deceived by their intention and drawn into such fantasy that women’s social advancement will create an affluent society.
The fact is completely opposite. Every nation should aim to develop a social environment where fathers can take enough paid holidays to participate in child rearing when children are born. I think that children’s sound growth both physically and mentally will produce good results such as decreased crimes and reduced medical costs and it will also increase nation’s productivity as a whole. I hope that research in such fields will appear.
October 31, 2016
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English translation of the Japanese article of Sputnik – October 29, 2016 –
Men having happy childhood build strong families
In most cases, men who are grown up in warm family environment in childhood maintain love and trust even in later marital life. This is the conclusion reached by U.S. scholars who have observed men from childhood to old age for more than 70 years.
Volunteers of various age groups responded questionnaires and took psychological tests to measure the ability to control feelings. The participants aged between 70s and 80s answered a question about the current family situation such as whether they feel comfortable or secure together with their spouses.
Men brought up in a wealthy family have built a strong bond of love in their old age. Mr. Robert Waldinger of Harvard Medical School says: “Our research found that men’s experience in childhood has psychological effect even in old age. It is likely that those who had a warm relationship of mutual trust with their parents can successfully control their feelings and gain a skill to communicate with others in adulthood. It contributes to the ability to maintain a happy married life until death.”