Quantity Time: Moving Beyond the Quality Time Myth ebook
by Steffen T. Kraehmer
Quantity time: Moving beyond the quality time myth.
Quantity time: Moving beyond the quality time myth. Minneapolis: Deaconess Press. Pettit, G. Brown, E. Mize, . Lindsey, E. (1998). As mothers sacrifice daily for their children, they can find peace in knowing that their choices are endorsed by God. 0925190306 (ISBN13: 9780925190307).
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Be consistent: Steffen Kraehmer, author of "Quantity Time: Moving Beyond the Quality Time Myth," recommends that parents concentrate on "the three Rs of. .It wasn't "quality" time in the classic sense. But you had to be there.
Be consistent: Steffen Kraehmer, author of "Quantity Time: Moving Beyond the Quality Time Myth," recommends that parents concentrate on "the three Rs of es, rituals and the ridiculous.
All 20 of us - my siblings, my dad, our better halves, my nieces and nephews - find a beach house .
All 20 of us - my siblings, my dad, our better halves, my nieces and nephews - find a beach house big enough to fit the whole unruly clan. We journey to it from our different states and time zones. We tensely divvy up the bedrooms, trying to remember who fared poorly or well on the previous trip. We delude ourselves when we say otherwise, when we invoke and venerate quality time, a shopworn phrase with a debatable promise: that we can plan instances of extraordinary candor, plot episodes of exquisite tenderness, engineer intimacy in an appointed hour. We can try. We can cordon off one meal each day or two afternoons each week and weed them of distractions.
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I mention that several times in my letter, including in my discussion on Ellen Wu’s book The Color of Success, and how the myth has been used to white-wash racism. In 6th grade I moved to Burma, now called Myanmar. It was there that I fell in love with culture. So, when you ask does this phrase - why don’t you - YOU - pull yourself up by your bootstraps. - sound familiar?, the answer for me personally, is no. Is it familiar to those promoting the myth? Yes, I believe so. You say that I infer this in my letter. Perhaps I do, albeit unintentionally. Perhaps it is part of my own bias and I need to spend some time reflecting on it a bit more.
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