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Huffing Post article about parenting: Agree? Disagree?


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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michelle-gilman/harvard-schmarvard-why-ge_b_5896976.html

tl;dr version: Parents shouldn't view their kids' acceptance into a first choice college as the pinnacle of their parenting career. They also should focus more on what's best for their kids rather than what will make them look best as parents.

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You know what does speak volumes about your parenting? Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Does your child have a compassionate soul?
  • Does your child have a healthy dose of intellectual curiosity?
  • Is your child resourceful and independent?
  • Is your child happy with who she is?
  • Can your child creatively problem-solve?
  • Is your child passionate about anything?
  • Can your child sit with himself and enjoy his own company?

Asian parents point of view.

 

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You know what does speak volumes about your parenting? Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Does your child have a compassionate soul?
  • Does your child have a healthy dose of intellectual curiosity?
  • Is your child resourceful and independent?
  • Is your child happy with who she is?
  • Can your child creatively problem-solve?
  • Is your child passionate about anything?
  • Can your child sit with himself and enjoy his own company?

these are much more telling signs of your success or failure as a parent. focus on these things first and foremost.

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You know what does speak volumes about your parenting? Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Does your child have a compassionate soul?
  • Does your child have a healthy dose of intellectual curiosity?
  • Is your child resourceful and independent?
  • Is your child happy with who she is?
  • Can your child creatively problem-solve?
  • Is your child passionate about anything?
  • Can your child sit with himself and enjoy his own company?
Asian parents point of view.

 

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Is that Dr. Dong?

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