Teens and their parents come together to discuss their relationships with technology and each other.
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You guys should do this another time but with “Normal kids” and by normal I mean not ones that fly planes or are prodigy students even though that’s normal to them. Also don’t do it with biological parents there because then they might have a more in depth conversation.
these are not regular teens, Isabella is literally an actress on Once Upon a Time and some other things, i’m not hating but i would’ve been better to see regular kids’ perspectives and also not have the parents of the kids but different ones.
i find it interesting that the one dad is creative and wants to write poetry and his daughter also wants to be a songwriter. Maybe he could help her to start writing songs since their passions are similar.
Most comments are describing these as prodigy teens but I think it isn’t a bad representation! Give yourselves some credit! You’re on this video (probably to enrich your mind) so it reflects your curiosity and interests :)
Being a teenager sucks, like in the past few years of going off to university and generally trying to figure out adulthood I’ve learned so much more about myself and life than I have in the past decade!
I agree with all these comments that the parents and teens shouldn't have been related, but I also don't see why that would make the teens much more honest. There's literally *no* chance their parents won't watch the video after its published, and the kids would know that and would tailor their responses. Though I do think they'd be slightly more open to speaking about their problems and perspectives, I still don't think we'd get their true opinions.
Yes British mom, yes, because my mom literally didn’t know what depression was, and when I started experiencing it she thought it was normal because she went through the same thing, but it’s not lmao you shouldn’t feel like an empty carcass who doesn’t want to do anything because they barely feel like they exist. Now we’re more vocal, but the issues have always been there
Definitely redo this one. These super genius teenagers aren't the representation of your average teenager. And the parents shouldn't be related to them either, because it makes it more difficult to express their thoughts.
But this video is flawed. They brought in prodigy kids who have achieved great things and have supporting parents. If they brought in different types of parents, the would be having a whole other conversation.
This was more of an agreement session than an actual discussion -_-. You can tell these kids had somewhat good relationships with their parents from the get-go -_-. Also, these teens are not...representing teens right now. Sure, it's okay to have 1 teen who's a prodigy like all the 3 here, but why not include your average everyday teen(s)? There would be a lot more discussion, especially if the parents weren't their actual parents.
this was kinda boring to me. the kids seem like they’re in middle school. idk, these aren’t the type of teens i’m used to being around.
with normal teens and random parents this would’ve been so much better.
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