Lack of morals in american teen dating
These things teach teens that they’re the center of the universe — that life will tailor itself to their tastes and schedules.” The i Generation may have hundreds of Facebook friends and Twitter followers, but for all their connections in virtual worlds, many struggle to form meaningful connections in the real world.
“They can post the most intimate details online, but can’t have a heart-to-heart conversation with someone face to face,” said Kissinger.
“It’s all oriented toward the college application,” Kissinger said.
Now, there’s not even an awareness of the disconnect.” Not that there isn’t something to be said for those things.“Some very well-intentioned people put an inordinate amount of pressure on kids,” says Angela Gaughan, longtime youth minister at St. “So many young people today are expected to be good at everything.You’ll see these young men and women sitting in front of the Blessed Sacrament with their head in their hands because they’re so confused.They don’t know what to do.” Along with that, across the socioeconomic spectrum, today’s teens also demonstrate fear of commitment.“I think that’s where this desire to separate Jesus from the Church or be spiritual without being religious comes from,” Kissinger said.