One article argues that their attitudes are what's needed in a new economy, but another thinks they can't adapt.
It's easy, it's healthy and it's cheap. (But it's not always pretty.)
Nobody thought it was their fault, but it was everyone's fault.
Consider factors such as your child's development and the effect of more financial pressure on your lives.
This situation is likely not sustainable. Time to begin gradually cutting them off.
Here's a tip for reducing the influence of advertising on your child.
You'll need to instill good habits when they're young.
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