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many parents complain today that our children are “plugged in” to their phones and social teens-cellphonesmedia so that they can’t even have a conversation with us at the dinner table? [...]Yet, are we parents so “plugged in” to our careers that we will miss meal after meal because we have business meetings and work projects that have to be finished?
originally posted by: Hazardous1408
a reply to: madenusa
You’re absolutely right, a make a point that flies over the head’s of many.
Usually, the ones complaining about Millenials are the ones who raised them...
But self critique rarely comes up in such conversations.
originally posted by: madenusaYet, are we parents so “plugged in” to our careers that we will miss meal after meal because we have business meetings and work projects that have to be finished?
Did we become so focused on money that we carted our children off to daycare and then took up extra work just to pay for it?
If we have raised a generation of self-centered children, then it might be because we have been a generation of self-centered parents