Ms. Skenazy is president of Let Grow, a contributing writer at Reason.com, and…
By the time children become young adults, with any luck — truly a factor — they’re resourceful and capable. Yet that’s not the same thing as having a ton of resources, or being capable of everything.
The overemphasis on safety simultaneously inflates the possibility of danger and turns the job of parent into something new and all-encompassing.
It seems that there’s nothing our culture likes more than an anger, fear, and outrage sandwich, slathered with moral superiority.
Overzealous schools are protecting children from accidentally getting interested in science.
Apparently it is only safe for humans to enjoy an activity in nature if they are in an area where there is little evidence of nature, or humans
Hurry, before corporate America beats you to them.