To hell with your “work ethic”

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We Americans sure do love our stories of the “good work ethic,” don’t we? It’s something we’re supposed to instill in our kids, practically from birth.

It all fits in so well with its twin belief, that of the “self-made” man or woman. Life becomes a game of winners and losers and which category you fall into depends on your work ethic.

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Holly Case is a writer and aspiring therapist living in Texas. I’m obsessed with making the world a kinder place. Top Writer in Parenting.

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Holly Case

Holly Case

Holly Case is a writer and aspiring therapist living in Texas. I’m obsessed with making the world a kinder place. Top Writer in Parenting.

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