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More kids should suffer for a better world

debatingtheworld.com
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1/23/2015 10:18:19 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
There are two sides to every story and letting kids suffer is not the exception. Here are a few reasons why you should.
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intellectuallyprimitive
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1/24/2015 1:22:56 AM
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At 1/23/2015 10:18:19 AM, debatingtheworld.com wrote:
There are two sides to every story and letting kids suffer is not the exception. Here are a few reasons why you should.
http://goo.gl...

The link seems to be malfunctioned, but what exactly is your premise?
R0b1Billion
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1/24/2015 7:09:31 AM
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At 1/23/2015 10:18:19 AM, debatingtheworld.com wrote:
There are two sides to every story and letting kids suffer is not the exception. Here are a few reasons why you should.
http://goo.gl...

Every curse is a blessing in disguise. Yes it is true that bad things that happen to us make us stronger. Adversity makes us tougher. But that doesn't mean we "should" cause more suffering. We should do everything we can to prevent suffering in others, and the reality of life is that suffering will still occur anyway. While those who suffer may become stronger, those who cause suffering will become weaker. Therefore, causing suffering (or standing by and letting it occur) is not a good thing. Letting others suffer causes shame and guilt, and these wound do not heal.
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dinakath
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1/27/2015 2:20:06 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
I agree to this but only to a certain extent. There are children being abused both physically and mentally all the time, and with fatal results. I believe children shouldn't get everything they want every time, because that will only spoil them and they'll crave more. But where is the line between good parenting and abuse? Where do you think the line should be?