Everyone said that children today are very happy, living well without worrying about being hungry, and wearing nice designer clothing. Moreover, many children are born the only child, and they will feel that their families spoil them, which makes most of the kids really happy!

Is this, however, the case? Behind this affluent “material” life are youngsters who are subjected to a great deal of stress that no one else, even their own parents, is aware of. Even though it was 11:30 p.m., Mr. Huang pressed his 9-year-old son to finish his homework. Mr. Huang heard the boy’s statements and assumed he was very fatigued, but he flatly declined his son’s request!

“Please wait another half hour, my dear.” We can go to bed after finishing this page. “Do you want to join us?” He stated his case. His condition made it impossible for him to work, but because he had no choice, the boy continued to do arithmetic tasks despite his lethargy.

When Mr. Huang went to the kitchen to pour milk for the child, he found that his son had fallen asleep on the table. Mr. Huang thought that he could no longer force the child to study, so he immediately carried him to bed so that the child could sleep well.

However, it never occurred to him that the boy would never wake up from his sleep. This incident immediately hit the family hard. The hospital gave the diagnosis: “Sleep deprivation for long periods, excessive mental stress, and physical exhaustion.”

Hearing this explanation from the doctor, the boy’s mother was devastated and cried. The father regretted the situation, but he could not turn back the clock. This made the boy’s parents sink into deep despair. Who said children today are happier?

Parents appoint them with a never-ending list of responsibilities. They were constantly compared to other children, and they were compelled to enroll in a variety of special classes without first speaking with them. Why should kids have to bear such a heavyweight if they are only children?

I hope that this instance serves as a caution to all parents to lessen their children’s stress! Excessive research and pressure will only backfire, with the following outcomes:

1. Puts a lot of stress on the child, which is not conducive to healthy growth. They do homework every night until midnight, and they spend all of their time doing online schoolwork and special classes. They simply don’t have any time of their own. It is too depressing and not conducive to the healthy development of a child.

2. Letting children lose their childhood and find it difficult to get happinessFaced with such heavy stress and schoolwork, can children be happy? Childhood is supposed to be carefree, but it is difficult for children to face all of that to be happy, difficult to build a healthy character, and difficult to grow up healthy.3. Makes children feel tired and rebellious

With endless classes at the school online and stressful exams, will the children’s grades improve? Everyone should know. Putting a lot of pressure on the child will only make the child tired of studying, it will even make the child rebel.

I hope we can all give our children a happy childhood and let them grow up healthy. Do you pressure your children in their online school work, going to bed late, and getting up early every day? And, are your children enjoying their supposedly happy time?

By Lilit

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