1. Spoiled generations of children who are indulged by their parents and grandparents and born into privilege and political correctness.
2. She’s glad that someone shares her view, that parents should say “no” to their kids from an early age, and more often.
4. She thinks that even when money is tight, her children should get what they want, and what their friends have.
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7. As well as the value of money, children should be taught the value of respect, empathy, gratitude and hard work.
8. Advertising directed to children is a huge business, which creates children who wants to buy what they see in adverts and own the same things as their friends do. What's more, there are parents who want to give their children things that they didn't have when they were children.
9. Watts suggests parents give their children memories instead of stuff, so that they may understand from a young age that "stuff" doesn't last forever, but good memories and lessons last a long time.