Does family pressure creates a sense of personal responsibility?We say, the way we are being brought up tells a lot about our nature and our living. We adopt a type of style that we have been viewing around and learn it slowly. Whatever circumstance we face during our childhood, growing up from that age to become responsible or even sensible human beings. Is it necessary that having a family pressure on us will make us more of a responsible or a valuable person? Valuable in terms of commitments. In whatever terms it is, being the elder of the family or being a pressure of anything like an education loan that you pay once you get the job. I have noticed some of my friends and even in my surroundings, people who have been brought up with complete leisure, and an easy going life. They do not face any sort of burden during their lives, during their studies or even in their marriage. What I call it is, parents have enough amount of financing to spend for their child. Those people are quite free from much responsibilities. Maybe they think of various matters in a very normal way.
While if we talk about people from a normal middle-class family, parents take much of pain to make their child study in good school and end up in very good college. Those are the people whose child have to take up education loans to complete their graduation and so.
When these children, start to repay their loans to the bank, it gives them more of a responsibility though, and this inspires them to be more responsible people in their life. Maybe I have been observing things this way, or maybe it is true that any sort of pressure on your head will make you more of a responsible person.
What are your thoughts on this? Hope I tried to convey the message I wanted to do.