Real world lessons

Just a few years ago, I would have been amazed to overhear a mom give a very detailed explanation of the family composting system.

But I wasn’t surprised when that happened, recently.

Many parents have shifted their thinking. Instead of protecting their kids from realities, they are giving them a more grown-up understanding of real life issues.

This is not only happening at younger ages; this “realistic” teaching is often linked to suggestions of how to make our troubled world a better place.

And that’s all good.


One response to “Real world lessons

  1. i think different people get different experiences which can be argued as right or wrong or realistic or not given the size of the operation here. i personally have had 4 replacement xbox 360s, each a refurb i think, bu the turn-around on each has always been within 10 days. for every complaint there’s someone who got a good experience, you can’t have it all all the time.
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