Beth Schrier
Beth Schrier voted up The Z.'s answer

I think it is important to allow children to be children, to think like children and imagine like children for the short time that they are children, before the somber realities of adulthood are thrust on them. That said, any child bright enough to ask a lucid, mature question should merit an equally coherent response. … Read more

Beth Schrier
Beth Schrier voted up Anonymous' answer

As someone who was made privvy to adult business from a young age and now strongly resent my mother for putting added unnecessary burden on my young undeveloped psyche, I firmly believe that children have no place in adult affairs whatsoever. A child in adult business is a sure sign of a dysfunctional family and … Read more

Beth Schrier
Beth Schrier voted up Anonymous' answer

As someone who was made privvy to adult business from a young age and now strongly resent my mother for putting added unnecessary burden on my young undeveloped psyche, I firmly believe that children have no place in adult affairs whatsoever. A child in adult business is a sure sign of a dysfunctional family and … Read more

Beth Schrier
Beth Schrier voted up Anonymous' answer

As someone who was made privvy to adult business from a young age and now strongly resent my mother for putting added unnecessary burden on my young undeveloped psyche, I firmly believe that children have no place in adult affairs whatsoever. A child in adult business is a sure sign of a dysfunctional family and … Read more