Some parents think that they should prevent their kids from making any mistakes. Others think that allow their kids to keep trying and make mistakes. Which one do you think is better?
It goes without saying that the latter one is the right way to cultivate a child. Firstly, the process of making mistakes is the process of growth. A lot of people cannot make progress in their life simply because they are afraid of making mistakes; In contrast, if you dare to fail, you will eventually have a chance to succeed. And I believe one of best example is Thomas Edison, who had failed thousands of times before he successfully invented electric bulb. Moreover, children who dare to make mistakes are more likely to be optimistic about life, especially during difficult times, because they understand life is not plain sailing.
I think kids should be allowed to make mistakes. We can learn from our mistakes and improve ourselves. The competition is getting more and more intense. That is why we need to prepare ourselves to meet the requirements that we may encounter in the future. Dealing with and learning from mistakes could be very important. My dad is a good parent. When I was a child, I kept making mistakes. He is very patient and allows me to try anything. He teaches by example and uses words instead of big sticks.