I just attended an art class where a woman was accompanied by her bright ten year old daughter for a "fun experience", it was clear to every one in the room that the two lived in a careful cocoon that also made the child tense and more than a tad neurotic. The child was loved, nurtured and spent all of her free time in the company of adults not playing with children her own age.
It's great for a child to be encouraged to explore their unique brilliance but if it means they are not allowed an autonomous
life, is it really worth the price?
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