In a recent New Yorker book review of Raising the Perfect Child Through Guilt and Manipulation, Macy Halford boils down the book's central tenet:
So how do you put the philosophy into practice? First, become fluent in the language of groupthink, and use it to invite your child to examine things critically as a member of a team: "'Can you believe they have the nerve to call this pizza? This doesn't even come close to __________' (fill in the blank with the name of your favorite pizzeria)."
I think the Slice family, of which you are all part (awwww, warm fuzzy feeling), is far too large, diverse, and opinionated to succumb to groupthink, no? [Hat tip to Girl Slice]
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