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we should balance our love
nowadays it is common to see that many parents focus their attention on their children, but leave their own parents without proper care. the most typical example is the phenomenon of empty nest seniors. this problem has aroused the public concern and has become the hot topic of many discussions.
paying little attention to older parents can have serious consequences. first, the elderly often feel lonely and depressed if there is no child with whom they can talk, and this can have a bad effect on their mental health. second, the aged parents with no children by their sides can have a lot of trouble in their daily life due to disease or old age.
in my opinion, we should take the following measures. children should be encouraged to live with or near their old parents, which is very helpful for them to know their parents, concern and attend their daily life. and it is also necessary for them to create chances to communicate with their aged parents. besides, our govemmeiit should strive to establish the service system for the elderly and expand its social insurance coverage among them.
with the development of the society and economy, various private schools arise. when you read newspapers, turn on tv, or even walk on the road, you will inevitably see lots of advertisements about private schools, mainly dealing with foreign languages, computers, music, sports, and so on.
however, is it a good or bad thing to have so many private schools? as a coin has two sides, so are the private schools. on the one hand, private schools can cater to the special need of the society and the special need of people. on the other hand, they often bring people extra burden because of comparison and competition.
as can be seen from the graph, there have been sharp changes in the age distribution of drug addicts. to be concrete, the teenage addicts only made up 10 percent of all the drugsters in 1982 while the ratio rose up to 65 in 2002.
the causes for them are not hard to find. first , teenagers’ fearless curiosity about everything new has led some of them into this marsh. second, many of the young addicts turned for the first time to drugs for escape either from their failure in the national entrance exams or from their parents’ breakup. and above all, our education in the harmfulness of drugs has been far from adequate to build teenagers’ sound resistance to drugs. to sum up, the causes mentioned above must call for more of our concern, and effective measures should be taken to check the trend.
obviously the drastic change will exert great impact on individuals and the whole society. for one thing, drug-taking does great damage to the health of drug users.. for another, some drug users commit robbery or even murder their parents and relatives to get money to buy drugs, which poses a great threat to the social security and the social stability. therefore, it is high time we did something to put an end to this trend.