A Guilty Parent Makes for a Solvent Kid

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Kids always have “pester power” at their disposal when they want their parents to buy them something. In saner times, the parents resist. But something has changed of late, suggests a Datamonitor report. Children now stand a better chance of getting their way because they can exploit the increasing fund of parental guilt.

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