Honestly, that’s very unfair and a lot of people are over looking this fact. Look at what’s happening to France! Furthermore, they are even contributing to tremendous population growth and causing population explosions in countries like India. Even there they are demanding Sharia courts now. Coming back to the I don’t have to listen to you you’re not my cat shirt In addition,I will do this question, most Muslims believe that their religion is the ultimate best and that they are doing the world a favor by spreading their religion and this is the primary reason why they have so many kids. I am a father of one 2 years babyboy, and to be honest at his first 6 months my feelings for him weren’t as ridicusly strong as they are now. Because a new born baby just needs her mother, and does nothing than cry, shit and drink milk, sometimes you get a smile or a “baba” that looks so cute, and as a father you start falling for him little by little. Now he can talk, we play together, I can teach him, but the most rewarding thing after I come back home from work is him running to the door as soon as he hears the key and yelling “papaaaa” with a smile on his face and running to my arms. How to not love him, he is so honest and innocent, that everything in his world is love for the people that cares about him. He shows me every day that life is beautiful, but the system we live on is hard, and the most important thing is the family and the ones you love. I doubt that all of their meanness is deliberate. It may be more to do with the fact the child was born to act out a role in their play. Children soon learn how to please their parents but as they get older, they become more their own person, they do not always read the script. This will to a greater or lesser extent enrage the narcissistic parent and they will punish the child. How can they choose what to do now, when previously they have submitted and obeyed without reason? Most dogs have that tendency but breed, temperament and socialization can make a difference. Some dogs are one person or one family dogs. Any person who is not of the family may be seen as a intruder. That does not necessarily mean attack is imminent but the dog may not want children around that try to get close to it.
We once had a Springer Spaniel, our second dog of that breed, that had little tolerance for children. Springer Spaniels are typically great family pets with an even temperament. Except for one son, who was in his last year of high school at the I don’t have to listen to you you’re not my cat shirt In addition,I will do this time, our nest was empty when this dog came into our family as a pup. She was fine with adults and older children. So long toddler-sized children stayed away from her, she was fine with them. She would allow small children to touch her at my urging but, should they approach her on their own, she would growl. She would snap if her warning was not heeded. She never actually bit a child but she sent them away believing that they had best leave her be. We had an Australian Shepherd that we rescued at 18 months old. In his short life he had already been turned over the shelter twice because the two different families could not manage him. (He lived the remainder of his life with us.) He bonded with us quickly and was very territorial. He had minimal tolerance for the grandchildren visiting. We had to isolate him from them during their visits. He loved to fetch a ball but he would do it for the children only at my urging. Then he always brought the ball back to me rather than to the child who threw it. He would except treats from the children but he warned them, with a growl, if they tried to touch him. I always gave him extra attention when they left to return home but he never warmed up to children visiting. Two of the grandchildren, aged twelve and three at the time, lived with us for a few months with their father after the parents separated. The dog was fine with them. No doubt he saw them as residents that belonged in our home. The dog would put himself between strangers and the children the same way that he did with us. I have no doubt that he would have protected them as fiercely as he would protect my wife and me. Our second Australian Shepherd loved everyone. His herding instinct was stronger than I have ever seen in a dog outside of an agricultural setting. He would manage our cats to keep them inside the house or drive them home if they got out. He was not, on the other hand, territorial or aggressive. Never assume that all dogs are the same nor that all dogs within a breed are the same. Tendencies in behavior may be similar within breeds but personalities are as individual in dogs as they are in humans.