Helping kids and teens navigate an election year

Helping kids and teens navigate an election year
http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/09/health/kids-political-season-parenting/index.html

Awesome video straight from the children’s mouths!

Kids don’t like mudslinging; they think it’s infantile and most of them think they could beat the candidates in terms of how to talk to each other in a diplomatic way.

When kids realize what’s going on and they’re looking around looking confused why our presidential candidates sound like fighting brats in kindergarten, we should listen and think before we speak- politics or not.

These are supposed to be the hypothetical leaders of our country?

PRESIDENTIAL Candidates EXAMINE how YOU TALK to each other. You’re trying to hold the most important office in the United States. Think before you speak. If you can’t say anything good to someone, simply don’t say it. Let’s be mature about this.
WHY NOT STRIVE TO BE A ROLE MODEL FOR OUR CHILDREN, RATHER THAN PEOPLE WHO EMBARRASS THEM?

Kids don’t my kids listen kids are a lot smarter than you think they are we should listen to them.

Written by Paulette L Motzko
March 10th, 2016
9:30 a.m.