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How much should parents expect from their children Or more importantly what should they expect All parents have their own opinion on the subject whether its correct or not Throughout the world parents are trying to raise their children the best they can mostly to be like them or possibly better Is this the best way to guide the lives of our future generation Yes and No Parents have to be role models for their children and teach them the morals of life but some in a since go overboard by trying to turn them into the best at everything when children cant live up to their expectations I am reminded of the relationship between Jonathen Modox and his father in the motion picture Varsity Blues Someone can be great at sports and expect their children to be just as good as them and whether they like it or not push them harder and harder through their youg life This could effect their lives in the future just as it did Franz Kafka being terrified of his fatherParents should not decide their childrens future It should be left up to them to decide whether they want to play sports what they want to be when they grow up and so forth If a person cant make their life how they want it they will never be happy with it The world that elders have lived in as a child has changed a lot since they were there and the new generation has to deal with the new world which means that it may be easier or harder for them to deal with then their parents Thats why parents should reason with their children to find the best way to raise them Parents should expect things from their children to a certain extent Its good that a parent should expect some things from their children like keeping out of trouble or
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