One of the biggest factors in insuring students become productive citizens is the two parent family. Although not absolute, there is an undeniable correlation between single parent households and troubled children.
Beyond the financial woes typically associated with being a single parent, children tend to be emotionally scarred over the breakup of their father and mother. Consequences often include poor scholastic performance, increased incidence in the use of drugs and alcohol, delinquency and crime. Moreover, the groundwork is laid for this destructive cycle to be repeated in future generations, increasing exponentially related social problems.
It follows that inadequate preparation with regard to understanding love and marriage is the primary cause of the multitude of individual setbacks and social encumbrances that are burdening individuals, families, communities and America. Yet, what information is made available to our children (especially graduating seniors) to help them prepare for love and marriage?
High school students need this information, and they need it now. As parents and administrators, it is our obligation and responsibility to make this information available to them. It's Not About Love reveals the information they need to make better decisions with regard to love and marriage. Providing them with the secret to success in love and fulfillment in marriage will help insure a better future for them, society, and America.