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Growing up in the United States has ceased to be relevant. American culture has begun to treat adults like children. According to The American Mind, young people under 25 are constantly told that they are not capable of making meaningful decisions. As a result, the process of infantilization of the adult population leads to the fact that people become pampered, weak and unable to take responsibility for their lives.
The average age at first marriage in the United States has risen from 25 for women and 27 for men in 2000 to 29 and 31 in 2021, and the average age at which women have their first child has increased from 25 to 30.
Despite the reduction in the number of children, all the most popular films are based on comics and cartoons, and amusement parks are visited mainly by young people and teenagers. According to The American Mind, at some point, growing up in the United States ceased to be relevant, and American culture began to treat adults like children.
As the publication notes, infantilization and feminisation is legitimized and justified by the pervasive culture of science-based therapy, and the phrase ‘The human brain reaches its peak of development at 25’ has already become an ideological aphorism.
Of course, despite all the scientific research, the idea that the brain of a 25-year-old is better developed than that of an 18-year-old sound plausible, but the problem is that the scientific-sounding term ‘brain development’ is used to indoctrinate young people to think about the fact that they are not yet fully formed and, therefore, are not able to make serious decisions – neither in terms of work, nor in terms of choosing a circle of friends, nor in terms of relationships, not to mention marriage and family.
‘What happens when we are told in scientific language that at least until the age of 25 we are actually not able to make significant, life-changing decisions? In addition to immaturity and infantilism, we become pampered and weak. As a result, a person loses the ability to grow up, does not want to rely on himself and falls into increasing dependence on external authorities that control every action, ‘concludes the author of the article. Source. YOU CAN SHARE THIS STORY ON SOCIAL MEDIA
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