Perhaps We Should Consider Raising Our Own Children
As I get ready to go face another day of substitute parenting, wherein I get fifteen minutes to correct the poor decision-making skills that parents had fifteen years to help their kids develop, one thought occurs to me: I never met anyone who didn't have a "very smart" child. What happens to all these "special" children? At what point in these kids' lives did their parents just shrug their shoulders and say, "F@#k it. He'll be fine."
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