Some people think that a sense of competition in children should be encouraged. Others believe that children who are taught to co-operate rather than compete become more useful adults. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.
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Throughout human history parents have been adopting various methods for nurturing their progeny.However, by the way parents look after their children, they can either create strong and mighty characters or amiable personalities.
In light of the state of affairs within worldwide societies, the quality each individual should have is competitiveness. Therefore, encouraging children to be more competitive has immense advantages. First of all, by doing so, parents can be certain that their offspring will be ceaselessly straining to achieve the goals they have set themselves. These are the kids, who will be raised as winners in every scope and thus secure their irretrievable prosperity in life. Nevertheless, by the same principle, children may acquire problems with self-esteem sooner or later. Upon cases, where one has not succeeded, his/hers complacency is undoubtedly going to be stymied. In addition, one can become rather judgmental and harsh towards oneself.
Be that as it may, the amount of people who are willing to teach their children to be co-operative is outrageous, owing to the precedents it can present. On the one hand, a co-operative outlook on life will create a highly social and easy-going personality. Therefore, this trait of character is going to ensure that one is able to get on with people from all walks of life. In the future, not only can these children gain profound knowledge, but they can also share what they have learned from their own experience. On the other hand, some malign human beings could easily abuse their good will and this is why they will be continuously betrayed.
In conclusion, I genuinely believe that either anathematizing or advocating one of these ways of raising children is wrong and we should all endeavor to find the golden mean.
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