Editors note: Much of this post came from a comment previously published on MadInAmerica.com. The comment was by Marian Goldstein. Because comment copyright ownership is still a matter of debate in the internet era, we’ll be glad to pull this if anyone objects.
It is my experience that whenever our immediate reaction to something is, when we say “You’re“crazy!” we’re actually dealing we’re our own craziness, a block in our own consciousness, usually produced by fear, not another person’s craziness.
We can quote studies and statistics, and understand with our rational mind, “This or that percentage of all children in any
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