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Psychologist Gives 8 Reasons, Why Parents Are Responsible For Their Children’s Waywardness

by Anita Ogona
1.) Parent who give their children everything they ask for: _Their children will grow up thinking they have a right to whatever they want._
2.) Parents who laugh when their children speak foul language against others, especially older persons: _Children grow up thinking disrespect is normal and fun_ .
3.) Parents who do not reprimand children for bad behavior: _Their children grow up thinking that there are no rules in_ _society_ .May be an image of child and text
4.) Parents who cover up their children’s misdeeds: _Their children grow up thinking they can do and undo with impunity; that they won’t have to give account of their misdeeds._
5.) Parents who stop watching television because their children cry when they change channels: _Children will grow up without a sense of respect for older persons_ .
6.) Parents who let their children listen to music that objectivizes women, encourages sex and violence? _You can’t sow thorns and reap cotton, can_ _you_ ?
7.) Parents who give their children money whenever they want: _Such kids will grow up thinking money is easy and would steal when they can’t get it_ _correctly_ .
8.) Parents who always decide everything in favour of their children, whether they are right or not: _Their children will grow up thinking that every correction is_ _persecution_ .
THUS SAYS THE HOLY BOOK: _Teach the child the path to follow, and even when he is older he will not deviate from it_ .
There are many parents who do not know these things.
Albert Einstein said* *this:
“The world is dangerous to live in, not because of those who hurt, but because of those who watch and let it happen.”
Then, Desmond TUTU added this:
“If you are neutral in a situation of injustice, it is because you have chosen the camp of the oppressor”
And Martin Luther King said this:
“Our life begins by stopping the day when we remain silent about serious things. What frightens me is not the oppression of the wicked, but the indifference of the good. …. then , in the end, we will remember, not the evils of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”

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