You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Many people believe that women make better parents than men and that this is why they have a greater role in raising children in most societies. Others claim that men are just as good as women at parenting.
Write an essay expressing your point of view.
Parenting is the noblest task on earth. But when it comes to the point whether men or women are better parents, people are split in their opinion. Some people think women play a paramount role in most society as they raise children far better way than their counterparts. On other hand, others believe that father can rear their offspring as good as mothers. To my point of view, mothers are better than fathers at parenting.
First of all, mothers have a magical allure of temperament that is impossible to find in fathers’ traits. In fact, the allure cannot be expressed in words. It is feeling that makes children so comfortable. There is always something in mothers’ touch. For example, in my childhood, when I was injured, there is something about my mother’s touch that seemed to make the injury just felt better.
Secondly, mothers are usually less aggressive than fathers. Apart from that, they can generally understand and communicate with children in a better way. Women, actually, have an intuitive skill that they feel the needs of their children, even if they do not express it. Mothers usually hear their children patiently, which in turn makes more intimate bond than fathers. This bond helps mother guide their children effectively and they can instill values into their children.
Finally, girls have been trained since their childhood. Let me elaborate a bit more. They learn about nurturing through the playing with dolls and later through taking care of younger sisters or brothers. Thus, they have been playing the role of caregiver from the early stage. This advantage offers women the edge over men.
In short, there is not a shred of doubt in my mind that mothers are the best parents. Certain inherent traits help women appear to be ahead of men when it comes to the issue of parenting.