What makes parents act on a very immature level, forcing their sociopolitical & socioreligious
values upon their children, failing to realize that their children are individuals in THEIR own right, not mere replicas of the parents? Why do so many parents plan their children's lives down to college, career, and even lifestyle choices?
Parents do this because they love their children and don't want them to fail.
Most parents attempt to make sure their children avoid all the mistakes they made and all the hurt they endured.
Some strive to do everything opposite of what their parents did and other vow to be more strict. A lot of parents want their children to be their best friends and treat them like peers when they reach their teens. These types break the bank to spoil them.
When it's all said and done it's impossible to ensure one's child will not experience heartache, disappointment, betrayal, or some form of abuse. If one lives long enough they'll have their share misery to complement their good times. That's life!
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by crankalicious 2 months ago
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by ptosis 6 years ago
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by TMApsey 7 years ago
Do you think it's wrong to force your beliefs on your children?
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What makes a "Good Parent"? What key attributes do good parents possess?
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