Does Too Much Affection Spoil Children?
People who feel they failed as parents often share a common regret: "I did not show my kids my love often enough."
On the other hand, no one ever regrets giving their children too much affection.
"Affection could no more spoil a child than the sun could be put out by a bucket of gasoline." -- L. Ron Hubbard
Giving a child an unlimited supply of toys and presents makes it difficult for a child to return a real exchange.
But giving a child an unlimited supply of love and affection is something a child can happily return to you . . . in abundance.
This advice applies to marriages as well. Showing a large amount lot of affection might put your spouse into a happy state of shock, but he or she will not be spoiled by it.
Go try it!
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