Yes. Too many try to live their lives through the kids. Playdates, etc. what a bunch of malarky. One thing we do have too much of...computer games etc. Let them use their imaginations once in awhile and get outside for crying out loud! And stop worrying about what college they're getting into when they're in the second grade.
yes, with too much competition and kids growing smarter than the other, parents are pressurizing the children to succeed in every aspect of their learning.
by RedElf 7 years ago
Do North Americans cater to kids too much?Advertising pushes us so strongly to spend money on our kids, do we spend too much money and not enough time on them?
by Cindy Lawson 5 years ago
How many children do you think is too many to have?There is a woman on the island where I live who survives only on benefits and now has 14 children. She openly admitted she got jealous when her 16 year old daughter got pregnant last year. The Husband left her a couple of years back, and most of...
by snagerries 7 years ago
Do you think that too much love would kill you?
by Gregg Biancci 2 years ago
Just wondering what people think on this topic, I don't want to know how much you do it, just wondering if anyone thinks there is a standard or rule as to how much!I'm of the thinking that 3-4 times a week is acceptable.
by BobbiRant 14 months ago
Do you think doing too much for a guy in a relationship, turns him off?A friend told me that doing too much for a guy, his laundry, cooking, shopping, especially in a new relationship, can turn a guy off. She said the more he does for himself makes him feel better. Do you agree?
by mwales28 6 years ago
I am a young single parent but I have a lot of values and beliefs that I try to instill in my son. For example, I make sure he says yes ma'am, no ma'am, yes sir, and no sir, please and thank-you. I want my kid to be a kid and not grow up too fast but it seems like my generation of...
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