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23 декабря 2020 г. 20:29, г. Arrino, Австралия Смотреть на карте

Shonen Heroes Should Consider Not Having Children

The idea of being a Shonen hero might sound very appealing. You get to have superpowers, and you help others all the time; what can be better than that? Well, it turns out that grass always looks greener on the other side. Being a Shonen hero can be a challenging thing to do. Balancing the responsibilities of a family and protecting the world is as daunting as it sounds. The duality of family and public life almost always is troubling, as it ultimately puts a strain on personal relationships.

The dedication to fight the evil and keep villains at bay most of the time comes in the way of parenthood. The absence of proper supervision and guidance has a detrimental impact on the hero’s offspring. So, maybe Shonen heroes should not have kids in the first place to focus on their duties and responsibilities, which are too great to bear in themselves. The lifestyle of a typical Hero is too overwhelming; there is a long and tiresome journey to achieve greatness, harsh training, and the pressure always to deliver since so many lives are a stake. This leaves little time to build a family, and even the risks associated are too significant. A family is also an added pressure since they can be easy targets of manipulation and ransom. 

 There is also the possibility that the child might grow up disliking their Hero mother or father. Since the achievements of the parents will undoubtedly cast a shadow on the offspring, they might end up living their entire lives trying to surpass those accomplishments. There is a good possibility that this might cause the child to hold a grudge. Then there is also the risk that the contempt might eat up the very foundations of the relationship, and the child might even end up becoming an ally of the enemies. Nothing can be worse than fighting your own child who is standing by people who you have fought all your life.

An excellent example of this is Tomura Shigaraki from My Hero Academia who is the grandson of the Hero Nana Shimura. Tomura Shigaraki ends up fighting alongside All for One, who killed his grandmother. After revolting against their own families, it is often tough to get back children to their families. 

Goku from Dragon Ball Z might be a great hero but was a terrible father. He has to shoulder responsibilities of fighting for the world, which meant he had little time for his family. The fact that he never had proper education made matters even worse. He was reluctant to bear his responsibilities as an adult, which meant Chi-Chi had to take care of children on her own. He even set horrible examples for his children Goten and Gohan, whenever he was around. 

 Another excellent example of a bad parent is Naruto Uzumaki. He was dedicated to his goals of becoming a Hokage so much that he often neglected his personal relationships. When he became a father, his responsibilities and duties kept him away from his child because of his role as Hokage of the Hidden Leaf Village. His neglect of his son made Boruto detest him. When Boruto found out how his father had even neglected the interests of smaller nations, he was even more disappointed in him. 

Even in Shaman King, we see something similar. Yoh Asakura was always too preoccupied with his quest to become the Shaman King. He had a child with his fiancée Anna Kyoyama and named him Hana Asakura. But since both his parents were usually busy traveling the world, they never really gave Hana much time. He was placed in the care of Tamamura Tamao, and as it turned out in the case of Boruto, Hana too despised his father.

Most Shonen heroes fail to balance their duties as a parent and as a Hero. They often end up hurting their loved ones who never get the attention and love that they deserve. This is not just the case with one or two Heroes, but it's something that almost all Heros are guilty of; therefore, the case that Shonen Heroes should never have children is very strong. Becoming a hero comes with a lot of sacrifices and commitments. Maybe it's time that Heroes should promise to dedicate their whole lives to the service of the common good only and never have children of their own. It will ensure that no child has to go through the struggle of living without the love and attention of a parent.

John Smith  is an inventive person who has been doing intensive research in particular topics and writing blogs and articles on  Norton.com/setup  and many other related topics. He is a very knowledgeable person with lots of experience.

Source: -  https://my8norton.com/shonen-heroes-should-consider-not-having-children/

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