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parents must be responsible for the child. There have been many times when children sued their parents for bringing them into the world. it happens that a child from a wealthy family, he has absolutely everything, but he lacks parents. In this case, in my opinion, the court should schedule interviews with doctors, but in no case should they not deprive of parental rights or give the child to the orphanage.Children, not realizing all the responsibility, can harm both themselves and their loving parents. CHILDREN'S RIGHTS (Rights of Children) are the rights and freedoms that every child should have (every child under 18 years of age is recognized as a child, regardless of any differences: race, gender, language, religion, place of birth, national or social origin, property, estate or other status. 42.Couples are expected to develop mutual affection, based on personal attraction and compatibility, as a basis for contracting marriage relationships. Is this statement true?
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Of course, we want someone to share our laughter, be a best friend as well as a lover, someone who'll not only listen to our doubts and celebrate our triumphs but also jump in the car for impromptu getaways. We want to be one half of a couple whose personal characteristics so closely mesh that we'll remain oriented to one another in a hyperstimulating world. Such assurance resides only in compatibility, that critical stew of traits that matter—if only we could figure out which traits they are. Compatibility does not hinge on some personal inventory of traits. Compatibility isn't something you have. It's something you make. It's a process, one that you negotiate as you go along. Again and again. It's a disposition, an attitude, a willingness to work. Compatibility is overrated. The similarities or personality traits that attract people to each other may not hold up over time. When people are divorcing, they'll say, "We have nothing in common." But they have kids, a house and 30 years of shared experience. Values about money and children run very deep and are important. The surface ones— antiques, sports, travel and gourmet coffee—don't matter. 43.What is your personal attitude to a greater sexual diversity (homosexual, heterosexual couples, etc.) in family organisations than ever before? My attitude towards homosexual couples and in general to the sesual variety is neutral. I can not purely from my assumptions say that homosexuals are people with mental disorder or with a violation of sexual desire, because it has been scientifically proven that people with homosexual orientation are born. We used to think that being heterosexual is normal, it is worth noting that the term "normal" has been abused throughout history. At one time, both slavery and the geocentric model of the Universe were considered quite normal. but we never wondered how and where heterosexuality came from.
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