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I spent most of my childhood watching TV so it obviously had an effect on my upbringing. But contrary to what was believed back in the day, it didn't make me dumber or more violent. It made me more compassionate and overall a better human being.
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I used to watch a lot of television in the past too whenever I had the chance.
Another great cartoon! I grew up watching a lot of the some, and a lot of anime, back when anime was big in the 90s! Anime taught me how to be myself, and that it wasn't going to be easy, but that I would be better off being honest. I also watched Jerry Springer, which REALLY punched me with how important honesty is! But, it also taught me to be accepting of people, because I saw the most unhappy people being the close minded ones. I also watched some educational stuff, from time to time, tho. Not that learning about feelings and different types of people isn't educational. I feel like i learned more on TV than I did in school.
I never really watched Jerry Springer, but i can see how it could teach you what horrible people looks like, and you could just try not to be like them and be a better person altogether
I can relate to this, extremely. Although i didn't watch very many Adult-oriented shows, I did sneak a couple peaks in my childhood. Plus other people who watched those shows had been more than willing to share the details. I wasn't raised by the TV but my best friend was, and your video answered a lot of questions I had. Loved the video.
hahaha glad i could be of help :p
and thank you very much :)
the part of expressing feelings is so true, no one teaches that, most people (parents included) tell you to not show your feelings, and worse, like is wrong to have feelings, its absurd. thats why now Im a fkkng robot :P
hopefully it seems that it is becoming more and more accepted for people to express themselves
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