Google Is Killing Parenthood
Gustavo Razzetti

That’s inevitable if you raise your children by insisting your wisdom and advices are true even though they don’t know any better. I mean, if they knew, why else would they even ask you in the first place?

They needed practice and you offered answers. And let’s call them answers, because to someone who hasn’t gotten through the experience, any wisdom you may offer is just that.

They’re not doing anything new, they’ve just found a faster answers machine. They look for a new authority because you taught them they needed it.

It’s not access to information that’s making us stupid. It’s what always made us stupid: blindly following someone. It’s just that that someone is less fleshy now.

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