Of all the jobs that life may offer, perhaps the most important carries the fewest qualification.
The basic requirements for parenthood are physical and genetic. The true job description, however, would require a broad wealth of talents, skills and abilities, not to mention emotional and physiological well-being.
Parents often feel inadequate when faced with the responsibility of rearing other human beings. The process becomes especially complicated as the school years introduce these tiny people to the world for the first time.