The Spoilt Generation: Why Restoring Authority will Make Our Children and Society Happier
Written by Aric Sigman
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In this book, Dr Sigman takes issues by the scruff of the neck, among them children's sense of entitlement, the effects of TV and computers, single-parent homes and 'blended' families, parental guilt and the compensation culture. He offers a clear practical message to us all - parents, grandparents, teachers and policy-makers alike - as to how we can redress the status quo, redefine our roles and together cultivate happier and better-behaved children.
The Spoilt Generation: Why Restoring Authority will Make Our Children and Society Happier by Aric Sigman
In the space of a few decades the way we parent has changed dramatically. Something we once did intuitively has become the subject of political fashion. As parents we are older and more time-poor than ever before, with the highest proportion of single-parent households in history. Our children are now spoiled in ways that go far beyond materialism. But they are suffering to a degree we never anticipated: we now have the highest rates of child depression, underage pregnancy and violent and anti-social behaviour since records began. Yet adults, at every level, have retreated from authority and in doing so have robbed our children of their basic supporting structures.
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