I think it should show the university and us, we probably kind of dropped the ball on that a little bit. He’s supposed to have someone around him 24/7. He’s a Heisman Trophy winner, so (he’s) definitely not supposed to be by (himself.) Antonor Winston, father of Jameis Winston, FSU quarterback and 2013 Heisman Trophy Winner.
How many ways is this just stupid? Can we count that high? You can trust him to run your two-minute offense without a huddle but you can’t trust him to pay for his meal? Or to act like a human when he goes out in public?
Mr. Winston, thank you for the comments. It pretty much clears everything up.
Things like decency, honesty, integrity, manners – those things get taught to kids from age birth to 11 or 12. Then it gets tested and retaught from 12 to 18. At least it’s supposed to happen that way and DAD’s are crucial to this because if a kid won’t learn the easy way, he’ll learn the hard way.
Best parenting advice? Love your kids enough to make them mad at you when you tell them “no” or you don’t get them out of consequences that they’ve created for themselves. The earlier you let those consequences happen, the earlier they learn the lessons and avoid the bigger, more disastrous consequences. The longer you wait – the worse it gets.
24/7 attention? It’s called a conscious and maturity.