When people complain about having to deal with their kids and working from home, do they realize how privileged they are?
- yLv 74 weeks ago
Privileged enough to have a job they can do from home, yet not so privileged that they can raise their kids properly at the same time. I mean, they could quit, then they would be able to spend the time properly supervising, teaching tier kids.
- Chewy Ivan 2Lv 74 weeks ago
No. People are typically blind to their own privilege. They take it for granted. It's why so many white people do not believe "white privilege" is an actual thing.
- EdwenaLv 74 weeks ago
That is true. However, it also means that no matter how well you do with your life, you will always have problems. They will be different problems, but you will have problems. It should also mean something for those who are astute. Which is to live your life to avoid the obvious really bad problems. To have a problem because you don't think is the definition of stupid.
- ALABAMA JEFF 69Lv 64 weeks ago
You haven't met their children.
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- RobertLv 74 weeks ago
In the "woe is me society" that we have become no. People spend more time making up names for perceived issues that they can't actually overcome their fears. Personal anxiety disorder? You mean you'e nervous about meeting new people. Congratulations, so is everyone on earth. In the old days we used to call it life. People have an easier life in 2020 (even with the plague) than any group of people since the cave men found a stick and a rock to work with. Still they are less capable of dealing with life than even those cavemen were.
- 4 weeks ago
This is why liberals want universal Pre-K.
Liberals are terrible parents.
- 4 weeks ago
That is the problem with decadence