A statistical look at the results of a fatherless generation and the disadvantages of generation Z

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This is Joker with a face for radio and a voice for print. You know there’s a gorilla in the room when it comes to families and a lot of society’s problems. I think it’s something that’s incredibly apparent and you know it’s kind of right in our faces, but we never really talk about it. It’s one of those taboo subjects that seems to just get brushed under the rug.

Maybe Its Because It Doesnt Turn Out

to be such a great statistic for women and this is by no means picking on women as a whole or even individually. It’s more of society and what is acceptable and what we accept as being okay in a story. I did a couple videos ago. I talked about how American households are by far and away the ones that have the most single. moms that do not have dads involved in the children’s lives and as such, I’ve got some statistics tonight to share about the problems that this is directly causing for families and for society and for our next generation and the generation that’s growing up today can basically be called the fatherless generation.

You Know My Two Nephews, My My

parents let me back up here a little bit my parents had myself and a sister and we two are fine but I was close with my father and my sister was not as such When she raised her two boys. They their father was not in their life By her choice. She decided to move away and have them come with her and they both ended up getting in trouble with the law by the age of 16 or 17 and by 18. One of them,’s got now a criminal record and the and the other one has not only a criminal record, but he also has a kid that he had at 18, and so now he is having arguments with his girlfriend. They’re not married of obviously at 18, and so This kids now getting raised without a father, which it would be my nephew at 18.

So You Know How Greats An

18-year-old father gonna be anyway? So you know it’s starting to to become more and more so each generation that father follows. Doesn’t have respect for the father figure and maybe in a household without the father as such that that positive masculinity that the the care and the nurturing and the unique way that a father can be present in his children’s lives not only is it dropped out for the last generation the the Jen’s Ears that are coming up but in many more to follow because we haven’t come back to making it important that the man is in the kids lives and again. I have some statistics here that are kind of important so let me pull that up and then we’ll talk a little bit more about it first story I have here I first saw this headline I. have this on the archive because I don’t have a Washington Post subscription? Can I make that go away Let me see if I can make that go away so it says the can’t even say that word the bug might break the nuclear family that wouldn’t be a bad thing. When I saw this headline I kind of got ticked off and I said you know yeah it is a bad thing to not have the nuclear family.

We Need Mother-Father Both In Life Both

involved in the kids lives, but that’s actually not where Ian’s Marcus Corbin, the writer of this article was going well. He was saying is Hey and I’ll read an excerpt from it, but what he’s basically saying is Hey. We also need grandparents around and that having both grandparents and parents in the children’s lives not only make it easier for the parents. Both work and instead of leaving the kids with a daycare provider. They’d be leave with Grandma or Grandpa so kind of keeping it in the family and I actually agree with him.

I Think That Would Be Great

to have your children raised because ideally I would much rather have any kids that I happen to have raised by my mother and my father knowing how I turned out versus some daycare provider that’s getting I don’t know 14 bucks an hour. They could care less about about the kids let me scoot down here to the important stuff says the nuclear family a home populated by parents and children alone is often considered the default human norm, but historically and across cultures. The extended family multiple generations living together and sharing the burdens. Pains and joys of domestic life has been the true default. The nuclear family gradually.

Became Widespread Only After The Industrial

Revolution when a centralized factory based economy made this smaller form of family economically advantageous advantageous since it could uproot from extended families and follow work, wherever it led the initial iteration husband’s income could support an entire household which wives for the first time were left to manage full time entirely alone, but this division of labor labor is hardly the norm today. When a dual breadwinner model is often required for household solvency children and the old still need to be cared for of course that didn’t go away simply because the realities of work have changed. But in the rise of two breadwinner home has created a pass the baton arrangement whereby many parents spend their time working for wages while paying someone else to mine their children and I won’t read the whole thing because I’ve got other stuff I. Want to talk about this will be a very long video but something that’s interesting is that if you look at the past generations before the industrialised revolution or in many many smaller poorer countries. The grandparents live with the parents live with the kids and the grandparents can watch the kids if the if the parents need to go out and do something and as the those children grow older once they get into their early teens or mid teens, they can now watch after the grandparents and help the parents out and they all kind of care for each other.

Now Were Obviously Not Gonna Go Back

to that point in time, but there’s something to be said for at least kind of keeping a close-knit family When I was in Peru it was just about last year this time a matter of fact it was last April. 26th of last year, What’s today’s date almost exactly a year ago I was in April or I was in Peru, and when I was in Peru, we took a hike up to Mount Salkantay and we passed through lots of little villages and there were places that were setup that were flat ground where we could put our tents in camp kind of off of the the Incan trails because we were hiking the trails going up to Salkantay and in this one little family that had just a small cement square basically of concrete bricks and a tin roof. They had I think one or maybe two electrical bulbs hanging from the ceiling like if you look at old garages the ceramic where he just had the raw bulb that you screw it in and a pull chain. They had two of those bulbs inside there and that. Was the only electricity that they were sharing with I don’t know maybe two dozen other neighbors because they had just put a powerline, so they didn’t even have the running water They got came down off of them.

The Hillside In The Mountains And The

electricity they got had just been run through from what we were told a few months prior. So up to that point they didn’t have an electricity and they but they were friendly and they allowed us to stay on their land and I didn’t speak the language They didn’t even speak Spanish actually they spoke whatever the native Peruvian language is and I don’t remember the name of it but our guide spoke that as well as Spanish as well as English and we were allowed to stay on the land and everybody set up their tents and it was a little ways. away from the family, but they invited us they said through the guide they translated this they said anybody that wants to come up near the campfire can dry their clothes and enjoy the fireplace at night. Now of course, it’s very hot in Peru, especially in April, but it’s very muggy and so it’s super humid so if you sweat in your clothes or you wash them they don’t dry just by laying them out in the air for several days unless you get in a patch of sunshine. Because the humidity is that high so we washed our clothes and we hung them up on the line near the fire that was very close to it so the heat from the fire and the dryness would dry them out and I sat up there and they had my poncho, which are hand rolled cigarettes with with natural tobacco.

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And They Were Giving Those Out And I

no one else wanted to partake but I’m like hey how many times am I gonna be in Peru on an Incan trail where I can enjoy one of these so I I sat up by the fire by myself. Everybody else was off off by the tents. Maybe a hundred yards away and as I watched this family and in the concrete bunker you’d almost call it just a little stone house. The Sun was starting to set and there were kids that were 2 or 3 years old.

Their Parents Were 16 Or 17.

I mean very young kids because again you know this is this is a whole different world than what we have here. Their parents were I don’t know, Maybe 40s 30s something like that and their parents so I think they had like 5 generations in this little place It wasn’t big at all. Maybe if you know square footage might have maybe been eight hundred six hundred eight hundred square feet for close to a dozen people, but as the Sun set and I was sitting by the campfire and it got dark they had already eaten inside.

You Could Hear The Children And They Were

singing and clapping and they were giggling and having fun. You could just feel the love coming out of that little building and they were so happy They had nothing they had I mean as far as what Americans or you know modern society would say you’d say they have nothing but the games that they played and what their the songs they were singing. They didn’t even have a guitar to strum like they were just singing and clapping along and what I noticed and what amazed me and really made me have a different view of the world is that you can have nothing and be ten times happier than somebody that has everything in the world. But doesn’t have love and then and and when I think of relationships and when I think of what I would like it doesn’t mean I think of a household with twelve family members inside of it, but but if I were to have a family that’s.

I Would Want That Closeness And

that love in a family and here’s someone that had very little if nothing except barely a roof over their head. Some dirty water they had to boil and enough electricity to run light bulbs for a couple hours at night they they. had all the happiness in the world and there were.

Summary

There’s a gorilla in the room when it comes to families and a lot of society’s problems . American households are by far and away the ones that have the most single.& moms that do not have dads involved in the children’s lives . The generation that’s growing up today can basically be called the fatherless generation. So you know it’s starting to to become more and more so each generation that father follows. Doesn’t seem to be such a great statistic for women and this is by no means picking on women as a whole or even individually. It’s more of society and what is acceptable and what we accept as being okay in a story. Okay, He’s welcome to but a bachelor. I’ve got some statistics tonight to share about the problems that this is directly causing for families and for society and for our next generation to share. I’m not afraid to share with your friends and your friends. You know how greats an 18-year-old father gonna be anyway?…. Click here to read more and watch the full video