Break the cycle of poverty through parent-child bonds!
I grew up in a poor family without a father and became poorly educated and low-income myself.
My wife and I are also low-educated and low-income, although we grew up in different environments, so we are a similar couple, to put it simply.
We were struck with an irrevocable regret when we saw the life that had been born to us.
If we don't do something about it, this child will carry the negativity we created at birth.
When I was on the verge of bankruptcy after spending every day battling the darkness in my heart, I made a decision to end the negative chain of events here, so that my son would not become a victim of the intergenerational chain.
My son is not like me.
I want to expand the possibilities.
We want to give them a way to live, no matter what it takes.
Never use the environment as an excuse.
When you make up your mind to do so, you will do what you can only do by sacrificing yourself.
And at the core of it all was to become the "ideal father" myself, something I had been seeking since I was a child.
Academic achievement, which is widening due to economic disparity, can be filled with "thinking".
Think! And use it!
Parents and children should pave the way together!
No experience in attending cram school
He was accepted into public junior and senior high schools through school and home education alone.
Ranked first in his grade on regular tests during his sophomore year in high school.
Obtained Eiken Level 1 without preparation.
Took the University of Tokyo entrance exam in 2024 without cramming!
This blog is about the experience of a father who has raised such a son.