Wolfbernz Speaks Out!

I was just cruising the front page today when I notice a new front page sponser, it’s automatic you see I use Text-Link-Ads for my link money, It’s really cool I just add the code and they do the rest.

Your site has to meet their guidelines, of course, but if you do, you can make some real money with them and they have a good support team also.

But, anyway, back to the topic at hand. You have got to visit Sue Scheffâ„¢ I don’t get paid per click or anything. I didn’t even have to write this post it’s just I wanted to speak out about this!

Today’s youth, look how kids are brought up and how they are taught, but that’s another post “Wrongblog”.

Do many parents get involved after the cutesy stage? No, how many kids lives would be different if a parent could, just for a moment, act like they really care? Attend that camping trip, go on that feild trip… but, no parents fight and Divorce is at an all time high, the kids are tuged back and forth… What a mess

It’s your resposibility. You wanted or had the child – so take care of them. I know you all think what does Wolfbernz know!?! I am a single parent- raised four kids, four horses, 3 wolves, 4 dogs, a lizard, hampsters, a ferret, and a loud mouth parrot named Timothy for over 22 years – so I feel I have earned a Masters Degree in parenting now… Oh, and I went to work also, I had to get peace, quiet and some rest somewhere…LOL

Just read what Sue Scheffâ„¢ has to say. I am proud to have this company as a sponser! I think this is a very important subject. Our Youth are our future, what are you doing on your part?

Ok, so you want to know what I did on my part? My two boys are both Eagle scouts, Graduated High School with good grades, and both are contributing members of Society now. My two girls are the smartest you will ever meet. My youngest gets Straight A’s inher honors courses and will graduates high school and be off to college this year. I participated in each of their lives, even when I couldn’t find an answer I went looking for help, that’s kind of hard for a guy you know, we have to be the “Man” LOL

Thanks for reading and more power to Sue Scheffâ„¢ I think this is the best saying I read on their site:

“Protect Children – not Punish them”.

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4 thoughts on “Wolfbernz Speaks Out!”

  1. Great post, Wolfbernz…kudos and congratulations to you and your children. You for raising them as you did, for being a parent and to them for remembering, not allowing outside influences/peer pressure to let them cast aside who they really were, how they had been taught or their upbringing. I can’t comment as a single parent raising a child as that, happily, was not my situation but having also raised child of whom I was very proud…probably my greatest contribution in life, know even at that, it’s not always easy. Kids will be kids…from the day they are born we are all in training to make them, ultimately, independent, responsible adults yet those of us who have already “been there, done that” will surely admit they think they are ready much sooner than we do…lol. So…never without discussion, patience, most of all, love can we make it through. I did, however, see my sister raise her son when his father left them. She was perfectly capable, a wonderful mother and I think she would agree with you that help, at times, never goes amiss. That was our role…to jump in if needed or asked by either her or her son. I am so proud of both them…that she raised a boy to be fine man, he IS a good man, involved Dad. And you are right on when you say it’s lack of parental involvement. When we had our businesses in town, a few years ago, we were…I hesitate to say…exposed to many visitors who seemed not to know what to do with their children or for them..or teach them…and even then it prompted me to suggest that these days people are having children but they are not raising them. Too many hand them money, material possessions, perhaps promises, when what they need…and want…is time. Thanks, Wolfbernz.

  2. I will have to say I know that all of this is true! There aren’t many men that could do as great a job as you did raising their children. I know that you have four wonderful children and that each one is very special because they were lucky enough to get a great Dad!

    Love You my dear little brother.

    Love and Blessings,

  3. Thanks for the kind words all!

    I just had to say something on this subject it is so important and I am proud to have them as a sponsor.

    Have a great day,

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