The State Does Not Grant Children’s Well-Being

 Children do not derive their psychosocial and emotional well-being from legal rights granted to them by the state.  Rather, a child’s well-being is optimally nurtured within a stable family setting with parents who are loving, affirming, protective, directive, and committed to one another. It is true that the state can augment such a setting, but well-being must first begin within the home.” (American Academy of Pediatrics)

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