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Stop trying to keep the good stuff away from your kids. 
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Post Re: Stop trying to keep the good stuff away from your kids.
Yeah, children should be encouraged to try out many things, and encouraged to continue with it....as long as they are not pressurised to perform, constantly made to practice for hours because they have to become the very best, and put into total anxiety by their parents and relatives about living up to expectations! Then they become suicidal as teenagers...


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