13 Ways to Teach Your Kids to Fail
Teaching your child to be a failure in life is pretty easy. Just follow these 13 easy steps:
- Protect your child from inconveniences when working on a task.
- Protect your child from any and all physical injury.
- Intervene anytime your child has a disagreement with a playmate or sibling.
- Always be at the bottom of the slide of monkey bars to catch you child should he fall.
- Be sure to triple check your child’s homework assignments to be sure they are done correctly.
- Pack your child’s backpack and carry it to the car or bus for him each morning.
- Intervene with every teacher over every poor grade your child earns.
- Be sure your child always gets a ribbon or trophy for “participation” regardless of her performance.
- Remind your child as many times as necessary about household duties.
- Stay up really late the night before a due date finishing your child’s school project for him or her.
- Consistently rearrange your schedule and calendar to accommodate your child’s events.
- Reward your child for everything he does around your home or at school.
- Encourage perfection in your child.
Well, that about does it, I think. Follow these steps and you are sure to raise irresponsible adults who lack initiative, can’t deal with failure, are satisfied with mediocrity, are dependent and feel entitled.