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This common scenario is unnecessary if we allow our children the time and space to choose personal interests and if we support those choices without getting stuck on them. If your child loves dance class for three years and then wants to drop them cold for guitar lessons, let her. The dance lessons weren’t a waste of time and money; they were good for her during that period of growth and development. To guide your child to a positive and satisfying life path, you must first let him or her go down many roads.
Undoubtedly, you were raised with certain attitudes and beliefs about your race and how it would influence your chances of success. Through direct instruction, implied messages, or their actions and behavior, your parents gave you certain messages about what it means to be black in America. What were they? Do you still carry those messages with you? For good or bad, are you passing them on to your children? When I think back, I remember that my parents were very direct in their teachings about what it meant to be black.
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