10 Ways To Spoil Your Child For Life

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    Ten ways to ensure that your child will not succeed



    1. Give your kid everything he wants. Don’t deny what will truly make him happy. Overvalue money and things in his eyes.





    2. Dress your child in designer clothes, no matter the cost. Show her that her outward appearance matters most of all.




    3. Place your child’s needs over those of your spouse. If she cries, run to her immediately. If she interrupts, give her your full attention.





    4. Entertain your child throughout the day. If she wants to play tea, put your plans aside. If she wants to watch her favorite movie for the hundredth time, forget your idea of going for a walk and getting some sunshine.




    5. Plan your menu around your child’s desires. No child should have to eat something he doesn’t like. If, by chance, you want to make something other than macaroni and cheese or peanut butter and jelly, feel free to cook your own meal, just as long as you have time to fix what your child likes.





    6. Sign your child up for as many extracurricular activities as she desires, even if it means giving up your evening plans on a regular basis. Don’t worry about trying to gather around the dinner table either. He can only be in the junior soccer league for so long, and you don’t want him to miss out.





    7. Don’t discipline your child when she acts up. Everyone should learn to express herself in her own way. If she demands something, then applaud her efforts. At least you know that she will not be a pushover or a doormat in this world.




    8. Don’t worry when your child fights with neighbor kids or even when he is a bully. Life is not fair, and someone always has to be the underdog. At least your child is learning to elbow his way to the top at a young age.





    9. When your child has a disagreement with her teacher, always choose your child’s side. Don’t show up when the teacher wants to discuss your child’s problems. The teacher will want to take a course of disciplinary action and that’ll hurt your child’s feelings.




    10. Don’t share your faith with your child. After all, you don’t want to offend. Let your child decide if she wants to hear Bible stories. And don’t pressure her to memorize Scripture verses. She might get disheartened if she doesn’t get it right the first time and you’ll ruin her self-esteem. More than that, you don’t want her to know there’s a God who runs the universe, makes the rules, and determines eternity. The thought is too hard, and your child might not understand. More than that, she won’t be self-dependent and strive to be a good person.




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    As good as this would have been…It is so unrealistic to me; and those who follow such steps are just keeping up with the jonses.

    How can you spoil a child by buying designer clothes at all cost… :wacko:   :wacko: First of all…a child basic needs are food and shelter, lastly clothes…If you like tie blanket or tie wrapper, who cares. :yes:

    Its quite unfortunate that the media is painting lots of unrealistic fantacies and this is why kids and youth of nowadays do not have self-esteem. They think thier self esteem comes from acquiring louis vitton bag, calvin klein boxer with victorias secret underwear and an iphone. 😥

    Materialism and Consumerism is the order of the day and it saddens my heart that this is what we are preaching. The media and internet isnt even helping matters… 😥

    Hoping one day Planet Mars would be available for humans so I can relocate from this fake people living in Planet Earth. :headspin:   :yes:

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