Ah yes, but she didn't run to the store or the fast food joint to buy you chicken nuggets every day.
Adults can be as picky as they want as long as they don't torment others with their pickiness, as far as I'm concerned.
And a certain level of comfort. I don't think I'm a picky eater at all, but send me to some foreign land and hand me a plate of something really peculiar, and I might starting picking a lot more.
I wouldn't force anyone to eat anything they didn't want to. But there's a limit to that when it comes to catering to spoiled brats.
Thi might be why so many diets fail. You give something up and you crave it. I have much better control of what I eat if I know I can have anything I want, whenever I want it. Then I'm perfectly happy with reasonable portions.
Yup. But there are probably different views about what is good food training and what is poor. I was allowed to take a taste of anything that was served, but I was never forced to try things I didn't want to, and I was never compelled to finish every last bite. It worked for me. It might not work for other kids.