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Don't call us snowflakes - it damages our mental health, say young people
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12-07-2017 11:31 AM

 



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RE: Don't call us snowflakes - it damages our mental health, say young people
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House of M  Wrote: (12-07-2017 03:58 AM)
It's pretty childish to think that playground bullying tactics are all that many have in their arsenals. It's very limiting and childlike to think that you can just label people, like kids yelling "He's a Sissy!" on the playground and ostracizing and polarizing the kids. Now I don't have to consider YOU anymore because you're a "this or that." (And besides I'm too stupid to think and this makes life a LOT easier for my feeble mind, to be so relieved of the burden of thought.)

REALLY REALLY childish, unbelievably so, and it says a LOT about those who use it. Truly, 3 years to 10 years old is as FAR as this kind of behavior should go in the span of a lifetime. It's surely not the operation of full grown adults. If you're an ADULT and this is your defense strategy, you have some really serious personality and development flaws.

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