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I agree with you with the caveat that I don’t believe that very young children need to be exposed to the extremes of competition, but team building and family bonding type experiences. Increased bonding between a young child and primary caregivers (parents) produces more confident adults who can cope better with the stresses of competition.

I think that kids between 8 and 12 are just starting to be at the stage where they can get that life’s tough and not fair. I think that it is significant that kids get more competitive at high school ages.

And yes, my response is all about what I think.

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RE: Humor by Occams

And yes, my response is all about what I think.

Thanks for your thoughtful contribution. I think you probably know more about this subject than I do.

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