Mahatma Gandhi once said: “No school can compare with a decent home education, no teacher can compare with a virtuous parent.” Indeed, this logic applies to raising children in average families. Of course, there are certain dangers in family education, and parents must make great efforts when raising a child. But in the end, you will be happy to see that your child has adopted the best family moral qualities and values.
The problem is not that children who grow up in wealthy families are spoiled. It often happens that without proper control by the parents, they begin to lead a hectic life: they abuse their parents’ money, spend time at night parties and develop unhealthy habits.
Children who are raised in average families usually cannot do this. Therefore, they often complain of peer pressure. In such cases, you should not scold the child, it is better to teach him to value money and be content with what he has.
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