As parents, you will have to deal with your kids’ almost everything. You should teach a whole new person about everything in this life! And the ideas, advice, and guidance that you give will affect their lives and everyone who interacts with them. This is a huge deal, so parenting should be done a proper way.
Advice sometimes can look wrong at one point, but it might be a valuable lesson taught when you look at its use throughout your lifetime. This was proved at a recent “Ellen Show”. One of the guest stars; a famous actress, Mila Kunis was invited for a segment that was called “Mommy Confessions”, this was a fun segment where mothers would reveal points in life where they failed, and sometimes they are very hilarious moments. But Mila’s segment opened up a different sort of conversation. With a bit of hesitation, she mentioned that she advised her daughter who is in pre-school to stand up to the bullies. Some people might see it a different way, and her husband saw it in a different way as well. Scroll down to check out this story.
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Mila is married to Ashton Kutcher who is an entrepreneur and an actor as well. They share two beautiful kids; Wyatt Isabelle who is 7 and Dimitri Portwood who is 4.
Wyatt has returned from pre-school to tell her mom that another kid has pushed her down. Mila asked her whether she do something in return. When the girl said that she did not, Mila advised her to push the bully the next time she gets pushed and to walk away. With this advice, her husband was shocked as he did not think that was a good idea to teach their kids that.
With this disagreement, she explained in the video that she considers that as a fail. Even though she sees that as a failure, she explains that she has taught her children not to resort to violence but only to stand up to a bully when they are bullied.
A lot of people share Mila’s views because her kids will make it a practice to stand against the wrong in life while not being a bully themselves. And the online community does not believe that it was a fail.