…ll who are susceptible to such deleterious influences. This has been overlooked and oversimplified. American society actually glorifies malignant teenage behaviors and incentivizes them in ways that are counterintuitive. While it is true that some have seemingly gone on to have become successfully rogue at whatever it …
Yes indeed Interculturalisticman. I would sadly this phenomena had a huge impact on my son. There are so many like him floating around it indeed looks as if it’s a normal and good state to be in. It’s cool until you’re 30, life has passed you buy and you’ve screwed up so much you can’t recover.
Parents like me (especially mom’s) invest so much of our time raising, rearing, shaping, molding, and grooming productive citizens that it’s devastating when one does not grab hold of the nuggets given to be fruitful in life. It’s sad, and I can honestly say I never called and begged my parents (and grand parents) the way my son has. It’s quite perplexing, and I still feel that it’s a poor reflection on me…even though I did everything I could.