posted on Jan, 6 2010 @ 12:21 AM
Looking for some advice here from -specifically- Parents, whether their children be young, adolescent, teenagers, doesn't matter.
Raising children in this jacked-up world can be very tough (I don't have to tell you that, do I?). Anyway, I see my kids being influenced by popular
culture, religion, MSM, TPTB, etc...
At what point do you begin to teach your kids that not everything is what it seems?
Specifically, your ideas on-
* The "War On Terrorism"
* The fallacies of their "history" books in school
* Main stream media
* what if TSHTF
(can't think of anymore right now but you get the point...)
When I was 12, my mom bought me a copy of "Chariots Of The Gods" (don't laugh, the book changed my life and made me begin to ask MANY questions).
She is a VERY conservative, Christian, Southern school teacher. But, I think it was her way of showing me that everything may not be as it seems.
So, is it ever too early to begin to tell your kids THE TRUTH?