How to Lead Kids in a Culture of Outrage
This is a great article by Tim Elmore looking at the ways to help our kids in the current “rage” culture.
This is a picture of how our culture of rage now operates.
We react before we reflect.
We report the story before we gather the facts.
We make noise before we ever make sense of the real story.
Outrage is hijacking our communities, our politics, and the way we develop students today. Cycles of outrage produce errors that are seized by the other side, and the cycle feeds on itself. It’s emblematic of our times. Social media has made outrage a part of our daily discourse.
Please click here to see the entire article from Tim Elmore.