harry potter kind of fiction stories spoil the mordern kids mentality

December 11, 2008 10:17am CST
as of my opinion the fiction stories like the harry potter needs to be sent in the mind of the young children in such a way they should feel it is a story and not a real life theme.because the media has bosted the movie in such a way that it was real happening and i have seen kids going hell crazy about movies like potter which affects them psychologically.Parents should teach them to differentiate between the real world and the fiction
2 responses
• United States
31 Dec 08
well the harry potter books weren't arginly for kids. Her publisioners get it. (sorry spelling bad)
• Romania
12 Dec 08
I'm sorry to dissapoint you, but you are wrong. As crazy as it may sound, "fiction" as you call it, is real. I suppose you think of me as a freak or a crazy person who has nothing better to do than post stupid answers here... I know that for someone who believes so much in this "real" world it must be quite a shock to hear something like this, and probably you're either laughing or are speachless now. So I suppose you never heard about the law of attraction, either... am I right? Let me give you a link, hoping that you will at least check it out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_of_attraction If you did read, then you know what I'm talking about. I don't believe we should keep the children away from these kind of fantasy stories, in fact I think we should let them spend as much time as they want on these kind of things. These develops their imagination, which is very important in oorder for them to create the exact life they want. I'm sorry if I bothered you with this comment, but that's just my opinion. I hope you will reflect at least a bit more on the law of attraction subject, maybe you will realise it is true. I know I had a hard time understaning it is true, the first time I heard about it, too, so I don't expect anyone to be so open-minded and accept this from the beginning. Have a wonderful day (or night, wherever you are...) :)