There is no such a thing as the perfect or module parenting. Every parent do their best in order to raise their children to what they see fit. People’s priorities in general are different; the same goes to their aims and dreams of where their children would reach. Having said that, I do emphasise that there is no right or wrong way of parenting. I was reading a book by Brené Brown, where the author mentions the same point. She also places focus on the feelings every one goes through that shape their actions and reactions. In her book she talks about utilising vulnerability as a point of strength, but if that is not the case with you then seek what you think is your weakness and use it as a strength point. If you think that your child’s best interest is something that your social circle considers as rediculas, then do what you belive. I believe it is your call and no one has the right to correct you, as there is no right and wrong way. The best a parent can do is clarify the major black and white issues of right and wrong; it being sociall issue, religious or general behaviour and treatment.
It baffles me when someone goes on trying to tell others how to raise their children. Specially if life priorities are different.
I, myself, no parent yet, but that is This subject can go on and on and for long, but baseline is there is no right or wrong in parenting. It is a learning process that suits one’s priorities and aims for their children.