What causes some affluent parents from lower, working, & lower middle class backgrounds to
feel intense jealousy towards their own children,particularly when their children have more socioeconomic/educational opportunities whereas they didn't? Many times one hear parents telling their children that they had too easy, telling their children how tough they had it as children in comparison. Parents are supposed to be glad that their children have it better than they did. However, there ARE parents who hate that their children have the advantages , particularly socioeconomic, that they didn't. Yes, there are parents who are JEALOUS of their children.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
For those who came from lower, working,& lower middle class socioeconomic backgrounds,did you advance from the lower classes? Do your siblings & relatives also advanced from the lower classes? If so, what plan did you implement to get out of the lower classes & ...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What ten childrearing practices distinguishes lower middle class parents from solidly middle & uppermiddle class parents in terms of educational attainment & career aspirations/expectations? What makes solidly middle & upper middle class parents imbue a prosperity...
by Kathryn L Hill 4 years ago
by Dr Billy Kidd 4 years ago
Has a middle-class person approached you asking for money recently? (middle class = judging by the type of clothing and not being unkempt) And were you asked for money in an unusual place, like a middle-class shopping center?I’m in Southern California, and people are asking me for money...
by Matty2014 3 years ago
What is the differences between working class and middle class
by GA Anderson 3 years ago
this is the discussion I have wanted for a long time. Greetings, Old Poolman and when I am done I hope to get the frog out of the prince's throat. _______________________________________________--Excerpt from the link provided here:http://www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=3677 Some conservative...
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