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Dialectical Argument : What is the right family size, 2 or more kids?
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Tien Du Professor Philosophy 115 Thursday, April 11, 2013 What is the right family size, 2 or more kids? To my dear wife, We have been together for almost ten years and it is only now that we have come to a disagreement regarding a very important matter in our lives.
In this regard, I want you to read and think about my thoughts on it, and hopefully we can have an understanding in the end. You fear and feel about the economic issues and your ability to raise more than two children. You said that a report states that in the country today, the total amount needed by a middle class family to raise a child until the age of 17 amounts to approximately two hundred thirty-five thousand US dollars which sadly would still inevitably increase in the future. This means that we are going to spend up to $470,000 on our two children until they are 17 years old, and another $235,000 if we have another child. This is why you firmly believe that the two beautiful children we have now are enough, economically (Pearson par.21). Another point that you have raised is your concern for your ability to raise more than two children. Raising a child is not an easy task. You said that while it comes naturally to a parent, parenting still demands time, attention and energy and it is a very complicated task. ...
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