There are ways to temper your toughest critic and take constructive control of your feelings.
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Thanks for making this really crucial point. Children can make distinctions and learn to emulate the best of society when they are exposed to a broad range of society. But when children are exposed only to a narrow range, they have few role models to choose from. If we are going to increase children's freedom and increase their opportunities to learn, on their own, from others around them, we need to find ways to allow them to interact naturally with a broader range of people, of all ages.
For most people human rights have increased, but for children they have shrunk.
Some problems can be solved best by taking a break from trying to solve them.
Converging evidence shows a major shift toward independence around age 4.
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