Short answer no but they can receive words of encouragement and advice how to do better.
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If you just let them win they’d never know the struggle and what it feels like to. They would never grow.
Something like that.
I have to disgaree with that. I think trying to be a winner at life isn't what makes someone truly happy. And there isn't any reason to try to strive to be a winner. If you notice the ones that win at everything and have nice lifes aren't the people that are happy. I guess I think this way because I define success as being happy and others would like to think of it as having it all
@Apple1996 It depends on the person. I will NEVER sit on my bum doing very little. I will always strive to do MY best. In memory of my father, who advised me, "Never stop learning". So many people are content to shuffle through life getting nowhere. I intend to use my 7 years at uni as best as I can.
Of course, the way you are thinking negates all sports, all motor racing, all competition. It would also lead to little innovation or business acumen.
Yeah I think sports and all that is a complete waste of time. Great for the exercise and working as a team but trying to win and be the best isn't cool. And it's not about shuffling through life. It's about being happy and making the best of your life because we are all only given one. In my eyes people going to school and playing sports are the ones wasting there days away not living
@Apple1996 It is just a matter of what you want out of life. Some people are content just shuffling along, as I say. Others, like me, are striving to make the internet a safer place for all of us.
You don't care about anything controversial, that's your problem Mr. Political Correct
Oh you’re being stupid. Okay
I just don’t really give a fuck whether a kid of 4 gets a trophy for coming second. It’s just a 4 year old kid, it doesn’t matter