Teaching children to be independent is not ‘throwing them out on the street’

Teaching children to be independent is not 'throwing them out on the street' 9
Teaching children to be independent is not 'throwing them out on the street' 9

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Reading the article `Vietnamese children cannot be ‘thrown out on the street’ like Western children` by Moon Autumn, I see that this is a way of loving children in the same way as most Vietnamese people.

There are many things that cannot simply be evaluated using emotions, but must be evaluated using reason.

It is a mistake to think that Western parents `throw their children out into the street` without supervision, direction, or advice.

>> ‘Teach children to be independent and not imitate American or Japanese stereotypes’

The highest goal of education is to create independence, so that your children know what to do when they are alone, when they have to `swim` in life.

It will be sad to see a bird separate from its flock and fly away, but be happy because it is healthy and can feed itself.

And if you want to know how, you have to learn, you have to read books, and don’t fool yourself that you don’t need knowledge, just following your instinct is enough.

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Proud of my 16 year old son who doesn’t know how to do housework but studies well

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