A common sense perspective to helping teens overcome boredom is found on the site “Teen Boredom Relief.”
Teenagers are human, needing a balance of work, rest, pla, and the structured learning that we call “education.” . . . Social interaction, of course, can be an important part of the four basic activities. In fact, the friendly relationships are important in our lives, including the many positive communications with others.
Who could argue with those sensible general suggestions? But the detail following is interestingly uncommon:
Strange as it may seem, at least a few teens feel excited to become involved in cryptozoology, even in the unusual field of living-pterosaur reports.
Well, if your teenager is cured from boredom by reading about eyewitness accounts of living pterosaurs, what’s wrong with that? The curious specific reference to live pterodactyls, however, seems to be explained by the one advertisement on that web page: the nonfiction cryptozoology book Live Pterosaurs in America.Tagged with: boredom • cryptozoology • teenager
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