10 Things I Wish Donald Trump's Parents Had Taught Him

Here is some advice Donald Trump's parents might have missed giving along the way when their son was young.

1. Share the limelight. You're not the best kid in the room. You're just one of them.

2. If you win at something, ask yourself this question first: "Did I do it the right way?" If the answer is "yes," don't brag about it. If the answer is "no," don't do it that way again.

3. On the school bus, kids may laugh when you make fun of someone. But they're only doing it because they're afraid they might be next. They're not your friends.

4. Girls are your equals. As you go through life, your role will not be to take care of them.

5. If you grow up to be "loaded," it doesn't mean you're better than other kids who didn't. And it doesn't mean you're smarter either.

6. Count to ten before you say something in anger. The words can't be taken back once they're out of your mouth.

7. Count to ten before you make fun of the way someone looks. This is never, ever an okay thing to do.

8. It's great to be the center of attention, but it's not necessary to live your entire life that way. In fact, you'll find it exhausting.

9. Saying "I'm sorry" or "I made a mistake" makes you a human being, not a loser.

10. And when we're gone, teach your own kids these rules. The world will be a better place if you do, and the world may just be one giant mess when you grow up.