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And the more people are squeezed so that they're slaves to ‘productivity’ at work, and then have two hurried hours at home with the kids, during which time they have to schlep the kids to extracurricular activities so they can get into a better college.”
She said weekends don’t even allow for downtime anymore.
“The house has to get cleaned, the laundry done, the errands run, more extracurriculars, and then the [favorite] TV shows,” Rosenquist said. “No connection. People are dying for authentic connection and surfing Facebook instead.”
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Reviewed January 25, 2012
by Michele Blacksberg RN
Edited by Jody Smith