Nowadays, some parents put a lot of pressure on their children. Why do parents do this? Is this a positive or negative development for the children?

Recently, it is said that
children
are more likely to get more
pressure
from their parents. It is believed that there are several compelling reasons to explain
this
problem, while I am of the opinion that
this
development could exert negative effects on the
youngsters
. In my point of view, every father/mother has a desire that their offspring would get achievements in the future
such
as working in a large company, earning much money, living in good conditions and so on. Learning hard from a young age is probably believed to give them a chance to obtain the target.
Therefore
, the parents usually push and supervise the
children
’s schooling strictly. Another reason is that life is becoming more and more competitive, and those who could be better and more agile might take more opportunities to win. Living under high
pressure
is likely a good way for
youngsters
to adapt. In spite of
aforementioned
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reasonable rationales, I think that
this
development has various negative effects on
the
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children
.
Firstly
, the
youngsters
who are put under
pressure
early for a long time would be stressed, which could result in severe development.
For example
, some
children
become criminals, and someone could be crazy and try to kill themselves.
Secondly
, when the
youngsters
concentrate on learning they would skip other activities.
As a result
, they could not grow comprehensively, lacking necessary social skills. In conclusion, while some parents have some compelling reason to put a host of
pressure
on their offspring, I still hold my view that
this
problem could badly affect the
children
.
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