But apparently not as hard as being a teen.
As my kids have gotten older and more independent, I expected life to get a bit easier. It turns out, though, all the things my kids so zealously wanted to attempt as toddlers and mastered as grader schoolers have now become too difficult for them to perform. It’s a strange reversal. And I started noticing it happening with other kids, too. I couldn’t figure out what was going on. These kids seemed to have lost motor function in most of the muscles in their bodies, but, luckily, their thumbs still work. I’ve also noticed while they appear to have difficulty with most basic tasks, they’ve retained the capability to operate electronics so there’s still hope they may regain lost ground.
I wanted to alert the masses to what might be a new, fast-spreading epidemic without a known cure so I wrote about the symptoms for Club Mid. If you have a teenager you may want to read my piece, 20 Things That Are Too Hard for Teenagers, to see if your child has been afflicted. I also offer some homeopathic remedies that appear to be working. If you notice any other symptoms I have not mentioned please let me know. We need to keep on top of this fast-moving situation.
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