The Heart

The Heart

LOST CHILDREN
?As long as any adult thinks that he, like the parents and teachers of old, can become introspective, invoking his own youth to understand the youth before him, he is lost.? Children these days, particularly adolescents, tend to feel misunderstood by their parents, and parents in return feel that their teenage sons or daughters are virtually deaf. As the bond between the parent and child begins to deteriorate, children begin to take refuge in their friends, and their dependence upon friends rather than parents eventually takes toll upon their lives. As teenagers further away from their parents, they begin to separate into a path where returning becomes harder by the day.
The parent and child are depicted in a ?Calvin and Hobbes? cartoon article where Calvin deciphers his mother?s nagging as ?Blah blah blah?? and remembers to nod between his mothers pauses. In any family, parents naturally admonish their children. Although the exact degree of nagging and tolerance does very among households, parents relatively correct their children in one way or the other. However, most children do not take such admonishments well, particularly adolescents who usually feel that they have matured

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