15 Illustrations That Accurately Depict The Problems Of Modern Childhood.
I Don't Eat That. Make Me Something Else.
It used to be that children were grateful for whatever their parents gave them. If they didn't like what was on the table for dinner, that was just too bad. Now it appears that kids have some sort of entitlement issue. Kids believe that they can have whatever they want, whenever they want it. It seems, though, that this mentality might be of some use for them, considering that leadership skills and innovation are necessary for success these days.
Everything Has Changed, Even The Career Choices
There are still traditional careers hanging on, but the future that children want for themselves is rapidly changing. In today's society, children don't have to go to Hollywood to get fame. They know that if they have the right attitude, they can get famous from their bedroom. Next up, we have some proof that children are being prepped for high-reward, high-stress jobs, starting at a young age.
Playing With Toys Helps Eliminate Stress
It's well known that kids like spinning things. That's never changed. What has changed is the objects kids are using to spin. It used to be all you needed was a pencil and a cassette tape. Now, kids don't have to put in any work, at all. Kids don't realize that getting rid of energy is one of the best ways to get rid of stress. And it allows you to sort of mentally prepare yourself for the road to come, like you'll see next.
Do They Have It Easier?
Kids used to live a much simpler life. All they had to do was go to school, study, take tests, and get good grades. A kid would look at you like you were crazy if you asked them to make a video 10 years ago. Today, it's absolutely normal. There are some 10-year-old kids that even have their old YouTube channel. That's not the only thing that kids today have that would make kids of the past drop their jaws.
Just Text Me
Kids today actually have their own cell phones, but they never want to talk on them. They would prefer to just text what they need to say. Kids in the past would never, and I repeat never, be trusted with something so valuable. They couldn't even be trusted to keep track of their jacket. Along with cell phones, comes the access to infinite amounts of knowledge, which is nice, but are they too young to have access to it all?
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