Parents treat most of today’s kids as a “big deal,” John Rosemond says. To their parents, they are American Idols. But being the center of attention, being the person on whom parents seem to hang their sense of self-worth, has got to be a terrible burden.
Parents treat most of today’s kids as a “big deal,” John Rosemond says. To their parents, they are American Idols. But being the center of attention, being the person on whom parents seem to hang their sense of self-worth, has got to be a terrible burden. STUDIOGRANDOUEST Getty Images/iStockphoto
Parents treat most of today’s kids as a “big deal,” John Rosemond says. To their parents, they are American Idols. But being the center of attention, being the person on whom parents seem to hang their sense of self-worth, has got to be a terrible burden. STUDIOGRANDOUEST Getty Images/iStockphoto

Problem with today’s kids is that they are a ‘big deal’

September 26, 2017 04:59 PM