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Were children better (on the basis of behavior) in the past (yes) or in the present (no)?

Asked by: angii
  • Children past behavior were better!!

    In my opinion children behavior were so much better in the past, because parents raised them in an appropriate manner. Children were being taken care of properly, being fed, clothes on their backs, and shoes on their feet. Children respected their parents the elderly, and had good manners. They played well with their siblings, shared with one another, and stuck by each others sides. Technology has changed a great deal over the past 25 years and 90% of children have cell phones. Children be wanting it all not realizing the cost of it and what some parents do to get it for them. Parents was punishing children with a spanking, but now people be wanting to call Child Abuse on the parents. If all children were like they was in the past the world would be pretty much decent.

  • Tion is very high

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva

  • Tion is very high

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva

  • Tion is very high. Apparently all thes

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva

  • Children today are way worse than they ever were

    Today we see that children are not at all interested in any sort of social activities until its a wild party of course but they dont even want to be involved in anything like that. They are so interested in staying behind the computer screens that they wont even get time for their families. They are less active than the previous generations and have no idea of the difference between talking to an elder or to younger once. They would misbehave with everyone but the parents here are also to be blamed for not giving the right amount of attention to their children that will lead their characters to the better part of behavior and understandings.

  • Teen one tracked mind.

    Teens are not helping families back then a boy of thirteen was considered next to his dad the man of the house he would help keep the family in check. Now teenage girls are stuck in their skinny jeans and make up taking "selfies" on their cell phones. Parents are worried about their teens methods in life. Sure there were kids whom acted up back then but now its worse with drugs and alcohol and crime.

  • Tion is very high

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva

  • Tion is very high

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva

  • Tion is very high

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva

  • Tion is very high

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva

  • Tion is very high. Apparently all thes

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva

  • Tion is very high. Apparently all thes

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva

  • Tion is very high. Apparently all thes

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva

  • Tion is very high. Apparently all thes

    Tion is very high. Apparently all these people would be super-productive and the nation would be transformed into a land of milk and honey. Even more has been said about how we might fail to reap the fruits of this demographic dividend. After all, productivity is not just a function of age. Health and education also counts. By failing to invest sufficiently in health and education of our populace, the theory goes, we will lose this golden opportunity of going one up on the decadent West forever.

    But what really worries me is the other side of the equation – the post-productive youth, or the spoilt brats. If the demographic dividend is to be reaped, our healthy and educated young men and women need to be hungry for success. They need to be willing to put their heads down and work hard to achieve something. They need to be willing to sacrifice some of today’s pleasures for greater gains tomorrow. Now, every generation has some people who feel entitled to receive benefits without having to earn it. These are the spoilt brats who refuse to grow up. But it is usually a small proportion and are quite irreleva


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