No sane parents would want to purposely teach LIES / false reality to their children.
But, the problem is, … many parents unknowingly have been doing just that to their children, through the way they raise them day to day.
eg. Do our children believe/think that the real world out there will always love, accept and appreciate them?
Do our children believe that the real world out there will always … appreciate them?
When we always give in to their wants/tantrums/demands,
they learn from us that “the real world will always give them whatever they want”.
When we always protect them from failure and blame others for the pain/failure they go through,
they learn from us that “they are the best and they will never fail in whatever they do and it’s always someone else’s fault when something goes wrong”.
When we do things for them (like, carry their school bags, not teach them how to self-feed since young, not involve them in housework nor hold them accountable for their mistakes),
they learn from us that “mommy/daddy/someone will always be there to serve and provide for them”
How do we raise our children every day?
What kinds of values are we (indirectly) teaching our children?
Have we in fact been teaching lies and false reality to them?
Food for thought.