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My Alabama Shaw Family on My Father’s Side From 1861-2014

Granddaddy's focus on raising children, who experience family rituals, allowed us to derive other beneficial information to raise good families

Posted Sept 15, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
Author and Speaker
Cultural Anthropologist
Family Specialist
Family Education Specialist
Spousal Abuse Specialist
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Hi everyone,

In 2016, we need to help the young generation, from birth to early millennial, enjoy rites of passage.

If they do not, they miss half of their life. There is a beautiful inner feeling about going through rites of passage and getting something better each time one completes a stage in life. For example, when boys and girls wear clothes that fit their young age and grow up, they are excited about wearing clothes worn by older guys and dolls. I know there is peer pressure and everything is high tech, but the family should always be traditional, regarding children’s good character, and it requires traditional patterns to reap good sons who become fabulously faithful good husbands and strong fathers with a strong touch of love for their wife and children, that never wanes and highly moral daughters who become stellar faithful loving wives and moms, who use an instructed tongue, and all of this is what every family wants. Family rituals will enable a good family of this type to come to pass, Try it!

Parents, gird up, keep up with the times, but maintain your good strong family traditions that enable your children to be marvelous for you to enjoy forever.

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