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Ideas are not formed in a vacuum. Every book we read, every song we hear, every thought we think has been influenced by someone else.
For example, a parent’s influence on their children has been formed by how they themselves were raised, which itself was a product of their own parent’s upbringing.
Conversely, young people looking for a sense of belonging often will adopt the style and values of their peers rather than their parents, especially if the value system they see in their parents is not consistently, although imperfectly, lived out.
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