Posts Tagged ‘children’

Decent Parents Don’t Spank their Children for Disobedience

Intelligent and decent parents don’t hit or “discipline” their children for disobeying authority. They don’t justify the system by spanking their children. They recognize hitting is assault, but they recognize much more. These parents understand the system is broken; they know they can’t expect their children to merely fall in line. These parents want to…

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Anarchy and Emotion: Overcoming Childism and Healing Emotional Injuries


(Note: This is Part 3 in a 3 part series covering Hard Versus Soft anarchism, the doctrine of Relationalism, and movement toward the Sensitive Society. This is my attempt to professionally reconcile the underlying truth of psychological findings with voluntaryist anarchism.) “The evolution of culture is ultimately determined by the amount of love, understanding and freedom experienced by its children…Every…

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Tale of a Pharmaco-Zombie Child


When I was a youngster I was diagnosed with ADD. Educators said I could not pay attention. They said I often got lost in my own world. I would not read what they wanted. I read my own material, usually fantasy sagas and other unpopular works of fiction. They constantly had to discipline me and complain…

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