Thu, 11 Oct 2012 08:15:51 GMT | By Advertorial

Is competitive parenting a norm in today’s society?

One of the hallmarks of good parenting is producing children who are infinitely ‘better people’ compared to their parents. It’s no wonder that parents tend to live vicariously through their children.


Is competitive parenting a norm in today’s society? (© Getty)

One of the hallmarks of good parenting is producing children who are infinitely 'better people' compared to their parents. It's no wonder that parents tend to live vicariously through their children.

"I want to give my daughter the chance to do things that my parents couldn't afford to let me do, whether it was because of time or budget constraints. I always wanted to take dance lessons, but was led to piano lessons instead which I actually hated and ended up dropping out of halfway. My daughter will learn to dance as her form of self-expression," mum-to-be, Cherry Yong, told MSN Malaysia.

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