I first heard about Martin Luther King as a kid back in Canada. People talked about his famous speech and how it had impacted so many people.
When I move to Virginia in 1997 and returned to school, I got to have a more in-depth understanding of him as a person and his vision of the world.
This week is his 50th anniversary of the talk that will change how we see each other. I was inspired to write my own “I Have A Dream” speech for not only stepfamilies but all families alike whether they are same sex, single parent or traditional. We all deserve to be recognized as human beings wanting what is best for our children.
And that is where the challenge lies. What we see as best for our children may not be the same “best” for other families. We are all unique in our views, perspectives and direction. Most of us at some level strive to live a good life and provide what we think our children need (and not always want they want).
No one is perfect. Being human is a process of learning through experimenting with life. That is the same when it comes to parenting. We are not born to know everything about parenting but experiment through trial and error.
So let me share with you my dream for my family and for all of you.
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