Parents are unconsciously setting their kids up to be materialists with fragile egos via Quartz

by ParentCo. March 26, 2015

On Quartz, Sonali Kohli reports that taking things away from kids when they do something bad led them to be more insecure as adults, and that insecurity made them associate material things with success. Also, studies have shown that people who associate material things with success and status are more likely to blow traumatic events out of proportion, and to experience depression, loneliness, and relationship troubles. via Parents are unconsciously setting their kids up to be materialists with fragile egos - Quartz.


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