Quotation by Frank Pittman

Fathers who compete hard with their kids are monstrous. The father, for a throw-away victory, is sacrificing the very heart of his child's sense of being good enough. He may believe he is making his son tough, as he was made tough by a similarly contending father, but he is only making his child desperate and mean like himself. Fathers must let their sons (and daughters) have their victories.
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