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Mom say sorry to son after scolding him over low grades, realizes compassionate heart is his best talent

You may Agree or Not, study shows parents now a days value success over kindness. If your not of those most parents, your lucky because another study say parents who emphasize kindness over grades most likely have a kids with less anxiety, depression and better report cards.

      Photo credit: Jheezel Panga FB

Parents would all like their kids to have better grades, better tests scores and go to a good college. But when parents have very high expectations around academic achievement, this may led to doing more harm than good.

A social media user Jheezel Panga and a mom of two took to social media about her disappointment to son's report card, but later realized that son has a kind and compassionate heart in school. Panga narrated that she scolded his grade 1 son due to her disappointment to the extent that the child cried deeply.

The now viral post has earned thousands of reflections to most readers that has quick to response in exchange on the comment section of the post.

Panga shared the most sweet and heartwarming exchange with her son that touched the heart of the netizens.
Photo credit: Jheezel Panga FB

"Mama, birthday ng classmate ko bukas. Pabaunan mo ko kanin tapos dalawang itlog, bibigyan ko siya para surprise."

"Mama, alam mo yung classmate ko kawawa kasi wala siyang baon. Eh diba may baon akong biscuit tapos may 20 pa ko. Binigyan ko siya 5 para makabili siya soup."

"Mama, yung classmate ko laging masakit yung kamay kaya sinulat ko siya sa notebook niya."

"Mama, paglaki ko bibilhan kita ng kotse para di ka na mahihirapan samin ni Aki pag aalis tayo na tatlo lang tayo. Kita ko kasi hirap na hirap ka pag tatawid tayo."

"Mama, maglaba ka lang diyan. Ako na bahala kay Aki."

"Mama, mag-aalkansya ako para may pang-kasal na kayo ni Papa."

There comes a time that Panga  was totally broke and cried during an exchange of conversation with her son.  

"Mama, alam mo ba naiiyak ako habang nagdadasal ako sabi ko Papa Jesus wini-wish ko po sana tumalino na ko para hindi na nagagalit sakin si mama. Ang Bobo ko kasi e. Marunong naman na ko magbasa konti pero mababa pa rin grade ko," quoted from her son statement.

Panga also suggested that parents should focus on being supportive when a child is struggling academically. Ask their child how they can help, rather than being critical.

What do you think is more important: personal achievements or being a caring person? Tell us in the comments!



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