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I would not want to be a kid in today's world. What are we doing to cultivate a emotionally healthy environs for our children?

 
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Re: I would not want to be a kid in today's world. What are we doing to cultivate a emotionally healthy environs for our children?
ugh...
 Quoting: Salt


you say Ugh to spankings, but about the time they were stopped, is when children went to fuck.

Children do not need more love, or more coddling, or more being told how wonderful they are. They need parents who can make an honest assessment of their abilities and skills, and help them to fix the areas that are broken, and broaden their horizons.

the only real way to give a child long term self esteem and self worth, and to make them worth it, teach them to do things. make them better than the average, then, they will always feel good about themselves.
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Re: I would not want to be a kid in today's world. What are we doing to cultivate a emotionally healthy environs for our children?
At 18 I decided never to have kids in this world.

I am 49.

On occasion, I use to regret my decision....in my early 30s.

NOW, I am so glad I never had a kid.

I saved myself from years of worry about so many things....

vaccinations, education, the list is long.


I feel I made a good decision seeing this kind of weird evil shit hole a kid has to grow up in today.
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good observation dude, i'm 52, and made the same decision when i was about the same age and i've never regretted it. the complexities of bringing kids into the world today are amazing to those who really want them and frightening to those who don't. the experience of bringing kids up would certainly freak me out
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Yes.

I don't think I could of handled many of the things parents go through today. I would have "lost it".


I look at people with infants and toddlers today and the only thing I can think of is that these people are living

with their heads buried in the sand and they most

certainly do NOT view alternative ie REAL news sources
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29134382


yep, anything going on in the world of major proportions these people care only about their immediate world, nothing else matters - that's the world as we know it now is very, very sad, with all the greed, me, me, me, i want, i want, etc... when things in the world start going very wrong and indications of that seem very close with current trends globally then these people are going to freak out with unbelievable consequences
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Re: I would not want to be a kid in today's world. What are we doing to cultivate a emotionally healthy environs for our children?
ugh...
 Quoting: Salt


you say Ugh to spankings, but about the time they were stopped, is when children went to fuck.

Children do not need more love, or more coddling, or more being told how wonderful they are. They need parents who can make an honest assessment of their abilities and skills, and help them to fix the areas that are broken, and broaden their horizons.

the only real way to give a child long term self esteem and self worth, and to make them worth it, teach them to do things. make them better than the average, then, they will always feel good about themselves.
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agreed. and all of that can be accomplished without physically striking a child.

they learn more with reason, consequences and rewards.
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