ing him to become more self-reliant TrueCap?Posted by champrangerPosted by DeeG
Honestly, I would let him just figure it out for himself. If he has high standards for himself in terms of material wealth, whats wrong with that?
My son has a better car than me and I am damn proud he does, thats what its all about, for our kids to do better than we did.
Just let him know, he better get ready to work for all those nice things, cus it don't come cheap.
Nothing is wrong with that. But he has to know that money does not fall from the sky. If he has the means to reach such standards in terms of material wealth, that's awesome for him.click to expand
The statement highlighted is one way of growing independent.
Posted by tizianiPosted by IridescenceMorpha
Be yourself, do not smother... Idk, imo I appreciate a person who makes themselves comfortable being who they are rather than trying to comfort the situation, it makes sense to do so although it doesn't always work with the relationship and the person trying to please... be yourself... that's all, everyone is different, many possibilities..
Cardinal vibe.click to expand