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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 10:58pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by return_to_hades

Balance is the key, parents should be strict and expect nothing but the best from kids, but at the same time relax and let them enjoy a good friendly social life too.

Uh, hmm. Uh huh! Balance is the key. Yeah!

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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 11:34pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by souro

Originally posted by return_to_hades

Balance is the key, parents should be strict and expect nothing but the best from kids, but at the same time relax and let them enjoy a good friendly social life too.

Uh, hmm. Uh huh! Balance is the key. Yeah!


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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 11:57pm | IP Logged
Being balanced is important. I see parents that are way to relaxed and give no boundaries to their children really regret it later. Like this one friend of my dad used to tease my dad for being such a family man and so strict and etc, but now, 10 years later he comes to our house and says, "You're bless you have good kids." He gave his son everything his heart desired, but he did not give him any disciplining. He's had so much trouble with keeping his son in line and getting him to perform well in school. This is just one example of many cases.

I also find though, over-parenting can be very burdensome for the child. They feel that if they underperform that their parents will not love them or be disappointed. Underperforming usually would mean anything less than an A or top of the class type of grades. Parents need to be firm about their expectations, but also need to make the child feel that as long as they try their best, they will never disappoint them. Verbal abuse is also very harmful too.


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Posted: 17 January 2011 at 4:18am | IP Logged
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michael jackson's dadused to hit him if he got a note wrong. he became arguably the biggest pop sensation ever. On the other hand, he became a junkie, a plastic surgeon's dream , alleged pedophile and died at 50.
 
 
Ah he made History
He should have learnt not to meddle with Nature
Guess he was a victim of his own success
 
 
He made history? He became History Ouch
Why did he meddle with nature and go for so many plastic surgeries? He was obviously not happy with the way he was. success should make a person happy and not victimised. If it does then can we call it success in the true sense? Why is it that some people can handle it better than others- genetics or nurture? Is there a clear either or answer or do we have to say that both play a role.

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Posted: 17 January 2011 at 10:20am | IP Logged
Originally posted by souro

Originally posted by return_to_hades

Balance is the key, parents should be strict and expect nothing but the best from kids, but at the same time relax and let them enjoy a good friendly social life too.

Uh, hmm. Uh huh! Balance is the key. Yeah!


wh yare so many people liking this post LOL fine, I'll like it too Tongue

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Posted: 17 January 2011 at 10:27am | IP Logged
It's called "extreme parenting" because it ain't a balanced one.. ofcourse it's not effective.
 
I think the child should be projected to all kinds of emotions, a balance of all emotions I mean - anger - trust - love - playfulness - seriousness ...
 
Too much of sweetness or harshness with the kid will spoil him.

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