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PostSubject: What Don’t Children Need   Tue Jan 18, 2011 10:18 am


What Don’t Children Need

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Whatever the planned end result of your child’s success, all children start with the same needs and wants. Essentially it’s the same plan to create the most successful life.
The best and most powerful thing to realize is that you can’t stuff it up with one mistake. Non of us are perfect, so you are going to make mistakes You’ll lose your temper, forget to watch a game, say no to something deeply important. Funnily enough it’s as much our own mistakes in parenting as our successes that can contribute to our children’s success. Our mistakes can give our children a point of comparison.
Most children who grow to be hugely successful had often almost dysfunctional upbringings. They may have lost a parent early on, lived in near poverty or just never fitted into school. There are many external factors that occur to our children that we have no control over. And these things, instead of being a negative influence, can turn around and become part of what creates success for them. Perfection is not required.
Luxury is also not a necessary part of your child’s success. Children who grow up in luxurious surrounds with all their physical needs met don’t develop the hunger they need to g out and make it on their own. They have no need to- to all intents and purposes they’ve already got it.
Some very wealthy people choose to raise their children very humbly and simply to encourage them to create their own path to success.
If we provide our children with everything they need, and everything they want, they have no reason to solve the problem of how to get what they want. If you are familiar with the story of Charlie and the Chocolate factory, the characters of each

child besides Charlie are of parents who love their children through indulgence.
If we have a lot it feels natural to give to our children. However the best gift we can impart is the gift of developing their own resourcefulness. It’s a little bit more of a long term thing, but it’s a powerful gift to give.
This is great news for those parents amongst us who worry about how a lack of finances can negatively impact their child. It doesn’t need to. The saying necessity is the mother of invention is certainly true when it comes to our children developing creative and inquiring minds




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