Parents magazine: Parents are the only ones who can help guide kids into college

Parents magazine reports that over half of Americans think parents are best equipped to handle the financial responsibilities of raising a child.

It’s an opinion that’s a result of the fact that only 43 percent of adults said they felt responsible for making sure their kids were in college.

The survey also asked whether parents were willing to help their children finance college.

Only 29 percent said they were willing.

It’s not that parents are being selfish, the survey says.

Instead, it shows that parents don’t see college as a necessity but instead as a reward.

Parents see college, the study found, as a way to provide a better life for their children.

“Parents believe that college will help their kids and that it will also make the world a better place.

That is, it will improve their lives,” the survey said.

“But it will not solve all the problems of today.

As parents continue to educate their children and provide a safe learning environment, they will continue to need the financial resources and support they can afford to provide.”

The American Academy of Pediatrics recently said that more than 50 percent of parents don.t have a financial emergency that can be solved by student loan payments.

In recent years, a growing number of parents have taken to Facebook to talk about their financial struggles.

A Pew survey found that parents of young children are most likely to be financially stressed out by their children’s academic progress, according to The New York Times.

According to the Pew report, parents of college-age children are the least likely to have financial emergencies, while parents of high school-age kids are the most likely.

A few months ago, a young woman in Michigan called the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to tell them she was having a financial crisis because her father couldn’t pay for college.

She was so worried about the situation that she called the center.

Some parents said they didn’t want their kids to go to college because they think it will make them miserable and they’ll be financially irresponsible if they do.