Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Baby News: Roger Mathews Defends Estranged Wife Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley Amid Parenting CriticismCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Baby News: Roger Mathews Defends Estranged Wife Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley Amid Parenting Criticism

By Emily Green

In the latest celebrity baby news, Roger Mathews of Jersey Shore, defends his estranged wife Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley via Instagram on Monday, in the midst of an overflow of negative comments regarding their co-parenting skills. These negative comments come after new celebrity couple Farley and boyfriend, Zack Clayton Carpinello, were seen celebrating Memorial Day in Las Vegas, according to

In celebrity baby news, Roger Mathews is supporting his ex JWoww through criticism about their parenting. What are some ways to keep parenting criticism from affecting your children?

Cupid’s Advice:

As a parent, receiving any criticism about how you are raising your children can be hard to hear, especially if it’s from an outside source. These criticisms can make you begin to question if you are truly raising your children in the “right way.” Every parent has their own unique way that they want their children to be raised. Here are Cupid’s advice on remembering that your parenting style is the “right way” for you:

1. Ask yourself about their intentions: Some parents are what some would call “too confident” in their parenting style, thinking their way is the only right way to raise a child. Consider where their criticism is coming from: are they a random stranger that wants you to do things a certain way, or are they a close friend or family member offering advice? Through experience, you will find the parenting style that works best for you and your family.

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2. Everyone is different: No parents are going to have the exact same type of parenting as others. Every household is different, with different parents and children, with different morals and ideals. If you are not sure about how to go about a situation, that’s okay! Reach out to your partner, any close friends or family members, even do some research! It takes time to figure out exactly how you want to raise your children, so don’t be afraid to try new things or ask for help.

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3. You know your children best: No one knows your children better than YOU! You’ve been the one who has seen them grow up first hand, so you know how they react and adapt to certain situations and experiences. If you want to change up something in your parenting to better fit your family, that’s fine! Just stick to what you know will benefit your family, don’t conform to any criticisms from any outside perspective. You know what is best!

What are some ways how you don’t let parenting criticism affect your children? Let us know in the comments below!