Critical Review of a Boring Reading
"Has American culture during the 1990s been too difficult for many families to handle?" In The Shelter of Each Other: Rebuilding our Families, author Mary Pipher argues yes, American culture during the 1990s has been too difficult for many families to handle. Pipher tries to sympathize with families' effort to survive a difficult era and connects family problems to larger cultural forces. She expresses that the loss of old-fashioned
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lot. Pipher's view that in our culture, at a certain age, children no longer have permission to love their parents is bogus. I cannot relate to that in anyway. I am now eighteen years old and I do not remember once not loving my parents. I have loved my parents, still love my parents, and always will love my parents. Although Pipher makes many good arguments in this book, there are also many bad ones.