Most parents are not supportivery of their sons but there are grest number of is that are what do you guys think ladies do you love your baby enough to protect him
If your son's girlfriend cheated on him will you comfort him?
What Guys Said 9
I think parents are pretty supportive of their kids, regardless of gender.
But I don't think parents should protect their kids if they are hurt, from a break up or whatever. The kid has to learn about life, the good and the bad. Sure support them, offer advice, take them out for a pizza. But don't coddle or over protect them. How are they going to deal with life when they get older?1
Why wouldn't I?1
I sure would, your sons need just as much comfort and support as your daughter. I wouldn't want him growing up to be a spiteful fuckboy all because I didn't help him through rough times.1
I would say the exact opposite of you.
Most parents are very supportive and protective of their children. Regardless of if it is a son or daughter.0
I'd help him carry the bricks, that we'd go break the bitches' window with.1
yes i would, what if he becomes a bitter old man?1
Yes, if he'd want me to.0
What Girls Said 10
Um, yes? The fuck kind of question is this?
I know I'm a girl, but every time a guy did me dirty, my mom and dad were there for me. They also told me they'd always be there for my brother and sister (I'm the youngest of 3). And I believe them. I want to be like my parents and make sure that, should I ever have children, I do right by them and they know that when all else fails, I'll always be there for them.1
I don't plan on having kids, but if I did have kids, I would comfort him yes. But I wouldn't treat him like a baby who needs protection. Coddling your child will only make it weak and naive. I'd comfort him but also teach him the importance of picking yourself up and moving on. I would treat my hypothetical daughter the same way if she got cheated on.0
I would comfort him, he's my son and he's in pain. I would help him any way that I can. Why should he be hurting alone when his mom is around to help him cope. No one ever helped me when I was in pain from a heart break, my mom was in the other room while I was crying my eyes out of heartbreak. I was alone and broken.
So, I think you should comfort him even if he doesn't want it. Let him know you're there.0
Of course. I'll also help him get a date with someone hotter as a fuck you to his ex.0
How do you protect one for love or getting hurt? Really, I'd love to know?
Protecting your child from life and love is not protecting them.
If your talking about being emotional support for him and being there? Of course. Well, I hope to be... we aren't there yet my boys are just 10 and almost 6.0
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Where the fuck did you hear most parents aren't supportive of their sons? What rubbish. Parents love their kids and part of that love is supporting them and caring about their lives and their future. Sons or daughters. Every guy I know has supportive parents (apart from the ones with absent Fathers) and every single parent I know loves their sons AND daughters.0
You can't protect your children from life. The positives or the negatives. And you absolutely should not coddle them. They need to deal with these things so they know how to cope.0
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