A Child Irreversibly Ruined by Entitlement and Pop Mediocrity

We hear and see this type of attitude and demeanor all around us downtown SF among “professional” women. But we need to remember that all this starts as far back as one’s early childhood.

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One thought on “A Child Irreversibly Ruined by Entitlement and Pop Mediocrity

  1. Oh dear God. No, excsuuscee me! OMG! *Scoff*

    I literally smacked my head down to my hand. This is very sad. Poor child. Clearly she was “trained” and is following a script. The interviewer’s praise only adds to her “confidence” which will soon enough become narcissism. A DSM-5 Cluster B clinical Personality Disorder rising faster than hemlines worldwide, and adding “cha-ching” to the registers in healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and O My Gosh who knows what else.

    My generation (tailbone of 1970s-mid 1980s) had Dr. Sears crap. After that, guessing pre- 2000, “precious snowflake” mentality. Now THIS. This makes me wish for early death before late retirement.

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