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curiosity needs to be regained – as if childhood did not have a positive impact on curiosity. Do you feel the writers of the question thought that childhood typically quashes creativity?
Weegy: No. I think they are supporting childhood as a basic foundation and source of creativity and curiosity. Do you want me to explain my side? User: yes please Weegy: Let me ask you one question first, do you believe with a child's potential? User: I have 3 children of my own and I believe in everything they have and do Weegy: Very good then. Here's my interpretation of the statement. Curiosity needs to be with every person again. Most of the time, people are afraid to explore, discover and experiment on new things and ideas. We should be like children. [ They are naive on the things that curiosity is something positive because most of the time they are taught that "curiosity killed the cat." So we should be like children because if we unleash the curiosity that we have on ourselves, then we can be as creative as we can be. Do you agree with me? ] User: I do agree with you Weegy: Thanks! By the way, how old are your children? User: 9, 7, and 2 Weegy: Wow! Are you a dad or a mom? I'm sorry. It doesn't say here if you're a man or a woman. User: I am a single mom Weegy: Oh.. Okay.. I was raised by my mom alone as well. She's a single mom too. :) User: :) It's a challanging job .... do you have children? Weegy: I know. I don't have children yet. I am still working and living with my mom. You must be very hardworking. Btw, do you have other questions for me? User: Well that's good :) and I try to provide the best for them ... :) an no, not at this moment. Thank you again for your insight. :) Weegy: No problem! :) Thank you for sharing too. User: your welcome and thank you :) (More)
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My question to you is, When, if at all, do you feel is a time that you would not help your child? What about if your child has put him or herself in the situation? Is there ever an appropriate time the helping a child can be detrimental to the child? When is to much to much?
Weegy: The only time I would not help my child is if they are doing something that requires them to think about the answer, such as hw, and for them to figure it out themselves. User: what if they were in trouble, would you help them? (More)
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My question to you is, When, if at all, do you feel is a time that you would not help your child? What about if your child has put him or herself in the situation? Is there ever an appropriate time the helping a child can be detrimental to the child? When is to much to much?
Weegy: I think at some point, the child needs to develop independence. It's okay to give him advices but don't get involved. Let him make his own decisions in the end. An example is the relationship he will have. User: what if they got into trouble, what then> Weegy: It depends on what kind. Can you give a specific instance? If the trouble gets him in danger and he can't handle it on his own, that's the time to step in and be a parent to protect him. User: what if it was illegal...? Weegy: If he's not doing anything wrong, help and support him. If he did something wrong, let him pay for it. (More)
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Explain why using pronouns may help make your writing more effective
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