110211 - There is no denying that it is parents nature to...

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There is no denying that it is parents' nature to love and bring up their children,and correspondingly,parents are always entangled with how to educate children.As for the statement in the topic,despite various responses people may have on this issue,I,given the chance,prefer to endorse that parents should allow their children make mistakes and learn from their own mistakes.Reasons are presented below. To begin with,mistakes-making is an evitable part during one's whole life,and the growth is nothing but the process of making mistake and then correcting them.Just recall how many times we tumbled before we could walk,and then you will stand on the same side with me!Further,"Failure is the mother of success"as the saying goes,not only do people draw lessons from their faults but also develop the ability to deal with problems they encounter.On the contrary,no matter how children do well in their youth with the parents' protection,it is inevitable for them to make mistakes
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