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Karolina Popiało
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Hmm not really. Its like raising a narcist. I believe parents should kick their butts as well. Yes, true, believe in them and keep this faith no matter what, but make them work hard at the same time.

Scott R S Mackenzie
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It’s not about what you specifically tell the children as to the thoughts going through the parent’s mind. It is easy to think about your children as being those things when things are going well, but when you are not in a good frame of mind little annoyances can become a lot bigger deal and when you snap then the child suffers the consequences and may believe that something is wrong with them as they don’t have as much brain capacity for self soothing.

Shawn Prickett
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hmmmmmmmm, gonna have to call bullshit on this one. The world is full of self entitled do no wrong bastards that don’t do anything already. How about teaching unconditional love even when they mess up, for making mistakes is an important learning tool. Followed by the simple concept of right and wrong. Then how about teaching them that the world is full of people and everyone must wait their turn. And a heaping dose of learning to interact with others, being considerate and learning to meld into and become a valuable and productive member of society. For extra credit teach… Read more »

Chris Dwyer
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This is why we have and will continue to breed generations of kids believe they are entitled to have anything and everything without working for it. I love my kids and they get that for nothing. Everything else, they work for.

Mel Rose
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Or teach them something real like they are going to have to work harder today then they did yesterday to achieve their dreams and even then they might not get it. So how about we just teach our kids to be content with what they have……

Kitt McIntyre
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Speak to your children about choosing good values, and making the choice to live by them even when they are hard. Then when they grow up they wont believe they are supposed to be anything other than authentic.

Farah Hartley
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I don’t agree to this at all. You can tell who had parents like this, they don’t turn out to be well functioning adults. They have a hard time adjusting to the real world, when no one thinks they’re anywhere near as great as their parents thought or said they were. They won’t see their faults & failures. If you don’t see it, you can’t be aware, change it and better yourself.

Joanna Zeiler
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Raise them, teach them responsibility and accountability, when the time is right, loosen up the apron strings and allow them to grow separately from you, and together with a significant other, if they choose to have one, as it is their journey, ? and not ours to walk! ❤️

Marina El Khoury
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Lift their morals yet help them face the real world…
what if kids were taught that failures are a fact, but they should always be their starting point and not quitting should be their main solution… All this with a huge amount of love and encouragement!

Michael Rudd
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Wisdom and compassion are grown, not inherent. Rather than treat them like they’re already wise and loving, teach them to love wanting to become both. People need to understand where they fall short and how to get where they need to.

Marcel Werner
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That the motto of this generation. I am special, you get confronted, self image chatters, whiny bitches everywhere who want everyone else to match their needs. Since this is my second language, don´t even think of roasting me on that one^^

Andre Clermont
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I beg to disagree. Love them but be realistic. I’m sick of little brats that think they are the rat’s ass and are entitled to everything.

Monique S. Martinez
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I hold my kids so high that nothing can bring them down. They are beautiful and magical and they are the light of my life. Ages 2-16…i have not raised entitled brats. I have raised kids that understand that they are important and will do well in this world because they believe in themselves.

Debbie Taylor Fowler
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I think these words have been misunderstood. I believe what she is trying to suggest is to put good thoughts into your children. Feed their minds with positive, uplifting and encouraging words. Don’t break them down and fill them with self doubt. She didn’t say “Tell your kids they are THEE smartest humans, that they know EVERYTHING. That they are more beautiful and wiser that EVERYONE.” She simply said SPEAK good things to them. It’s one thing to encourage, lift and fill your children with good, loving positive thoughts.. It is, however, something entirely different to tell them “You’re smarter,… Read more »

Zack Davis
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Yeah this is ridiculous, and the reason we’ve got a whole generation of disappointing losers. Telling kids they are the best tells them that they don’t have to work for it. Tell them they can be the best if they work really hard at it (whatever it is).

Jessica Pellar Suzio
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Well intentioned. Iwould take out the “-ist”. Talk to them as if they are wise, kind… it’s like telling them they are the best, eventually they realize they aren’t and you are either lying to them or they will never live up to your expectations.

Lori De Goey Post
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I’m really curious about the people who disagree with this quote. How DO you think a parent should speak to their children?
My kids are all in their 30’s. all positive productive amazing individuals and I raised them all with this thought process. I challenged them to show me that I did my job as a mom well and not one of them disappointed me.
It was not always perfect but I never stopped believing in them and I am incredibly proud of what they’ve accomplished in their lives.

Unkita Kainth
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And that’s how you raise delusional kids who crumble when they see the world full of people having equal/greater potential. And then they just wait for the magic to happen because obviously, nothing can go wrong with the luckiest/smartest person that their parents told them they are.

Aymane Aazizou
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Bullshit the truth is you should tell them they are not special and they should work hard if they wanna be special because making them belive they are will just bring disapointment when they find out they are not and that will bring them down

Zak Jordan
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How about: speak to your children like the mature adults you expect them to grow up into. Be honest about how difficult the world will be, and what will be expected of them. Tell them to work hard but enjoy life. Tell them to live for others, but to be true to themselves always.

Kelly Fisher
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Oh wow everybody on this thread didn’t read the post properly… It’s basically saying we should speak and treat our kids how we ourselves want to be treated instead of speaking to them like beeeeeep can’t say the word but I think you know what I mean

Olivia Oakes
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God no!!! They’ll just become little brats with an undeserving sense of worth and be incapable of coping with any form of distress ??

Marin Peterson
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That’s sweet n all, but that’s why the little kids of the newest generation are a bunch of dicks and monsters. Kids need limits, rules, boundaries, discipline in balance with respect, love, affection and creativity. It’s not magical and amazing cleaning a fecal mural off a textured wall.

Pam Ezell
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Teach your children well-they will need to survive without you someday. Teach them honesty-integrity-kindness-compassion… even tho the lessons might be tough-or difficult. Help them learn the values of hard work and goals.