Where, in adulthood, do all those children who went in for sports in childhood go, and learned languages ​​from the cradle, and also embroidered with a cross?

Where, in adulthood, do all those children who went in for sports in childhood go, and learned languages ​​from the cradle, and also embroidered with a cross?

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Answer 1
January, 2021

Health !

The answer is the same - the system equals everyone by the average ...

Only a few who have developed themselves, and not at the insistence of adults, under some coincidence of circumstances in adulthood keep showing wonders of reason. Everyone else becomes gray mice, without any interest in life and work.

Answer 2
January, 2021

Yes, they go where everyone else does.

I was taught to play the piano as a child, and I was fond of technology. But nobody asked my opinion.

I never made a pianist, but got a higher technical education.

Not all childhood hobbies become a profession for life.

Answer 3
January, 2021

They become ordinary aunts and uncles and work in those jobs that are in Russia (janitors, loaders, sellers, etc.) Well, who are smarter emigrate from Russia to normal countries (not to North Korea lol) and find themselves there.

Answer 4
January, 2021

They are sent to live a fulfilling life in developed prosperous countries, leaving you behind. And here you wake up in the land of bandits and degenerates, eking out a miserable existence on the ruins of civilization.

Answer 5
January, 2021

They become dumb adult parents. This is a special social kind of behavior - a parent. The parent is a robot without life. He lives with children. The meaning of his own life is lost. The meaning of adults is to stack loot and keep children. And women - the heads of Russian families in this set the tone .. At the same time it is not clear why ..)) Besides, people are waiting for love and a happy personal life, but they get an ass .. Our stupid, deceitful, thieves and matriarchal society and its ideology are breaking people (especially men) extinguish the fire in them. Everything loses its meaning and perishes. In childhood and adolescence, a person hopes that an interesting and happy life awaits him among wonderful people, but the reality turns out to be disgusting. So talents are dying out.

Answer 6
January, 2021

It's about money. They are constantly not enough for food, clothing, utility bills, loans, repairs, etc. Here a person spends time ruining his health on making money

Answer 7
January, 2021

Where, where, in the same village, which does not need a symphony orchestra conductor or any other prodigy. You can go to the center. Money and energy will be spent on this, and the starting conditions will be worse than those of the natives.

The worst thing is if he will prove that he can do everything and can. Then all the work will be attached to him.

Answer 8
January, 2021

Children often do not realize their happiness. their childish spontaneity. They want to become adults. They enter adulthood and lose the most important thing - a sense of freedom. All gifts and talent blur in everyday life. Spending their energy and time on everyday problems

Answer 9
January, 2021

Scum, scum and bums,

scum, bitches and brutes

read the same books in childhood,

that you and I read.

Igor Guberman "Sunset Gariki"

Provide children with the freedom of harmonious development of all spiritual forces, release the full range of hidden opportunities, educate in respect for goodness, beauty, freedom ... Naive, try it! Society has given you a little savage to trim, train, digest, and wait. They are waiting for the state, the church, the future employer. Demand, wait, follow. The state demands official patriotism, the church demands dogmatic faith, the employer demands honesty, and they all demand mediocrity and humility. Too strong will break, quiet will rub, sometimes two-faced will bribe, the poor will always cut off the road - who? Yes, nobody is life!

Janusz Korczak "Pedagogical Heritage"

Answer 10
January, 2021

either a banal change of priorities, or they are widely known in narrow circles. dada is not accepted in our country to cover the achievements in the media. but more often just a change of priorities, art is art, but you always want to eat

Answer 11
January, 2021

Well, in sports, sometimes you have to choose one of 1000 so that it achieves good performance. The rest 999 fall off at different stages, but before they "fall off" they will show the result much higher than average.

The distribution is clearly seen in computer games. Someone plays for conventional bronze, someone diamonds. But still, both of them are amateurs. If they were engaged in childhood, those who "diamonds" in childhood would be considered promising, but then they would be rejected.

So in ordinary sports, if every day everyone was forced to compete as runners, then those who ran in childhood would immediately "come out" and show very good results, but lower than professional ones.

Also, if each of the 140 million inhabitants of Russia were to be painted a day, those who painted in childhood and then were "rejected" would show themselves with results above average.

Answer 12
January, 2021

Out of boredom, they become brilliant thieves, or maniacs that no one can catch. Or they work in intelligence, spies or brilliant scientists in secret laboratories. Unless, of course, from overloading they become schizoids and do not end up in a psychiatric hospital from an excess of information, some have a stroke at an early age. All these abilities develop rapidly until puberty, after which some become ordinary people with a slightly above average intelligence. A lot of films have been shot on this topic with all possible scenarios.

Answer 13
January, 2021

Yes, that's all I still do. Sports - for health, languages ​​- for earnings, a cross - to be unconventionally and smartly dressed. And I am very grateful to myself, 10-15 years old, for learning all this.

Answer 14
January, 2021

Well, they either go into some kind of specialization and their circle of contacts is closed on the same, slightly stubborn ones. Or they forget about all this and come off in full - because in their childhood with rest they usually had nothing

Answer 15
January, 2021

Very often children go in for sports at the same time, and learn languages, and embroider, and they know mathematics, and in general they do everything in the world. Then it becomes much less time to deal with everything at once, and a stronger deepening into one topic prevents development in others (there is no time, energy, it is difficult to memorize a lot, etc.). As a result, a child who has been engaged in several classes begins to study only one topic, therefore it seems that such children disappear

Answer 16
January, 2021

and I am 30 years old. I don’t know how, I studied at school for deuces, so I didn’t go anywhere. I barely finished 11 classes. I barely passed my exam. I have no personal hobby, I work as a loader in a five. I live in a hostel, I take off my skills in childhood. I didn’t receive any, because I lived in a village (now abandoned) and my family was poor. So I think what the hell is going on around.

Answer 17
January, 2021

It is much easier to achieve something than to maintain the achieved level. Any skill must be constantly maintained and trained. Often, all skills are simply training the brain's neural network for any other task that humans use.

Answer 18
January, 2021

Little geniuses cause delight and surprise among people, so they talk and write a lot about them. And the talents of adults are interesting to a narrow circle of connoisseurs or envious people.

Answer 19
January, 2021

Some children develop very quickly in childhood, they read fairy tales to other children already in kindergarten, in the lower grades they are excellent students, and then development slows down. Others, on the contrary, accelerate development with age.

Answer 20
January, 2021
  1. They are among us: they live and work side by side, they see life more fully and brighter, thanks to the ability to understand many things.
  2. Become great translators, like N. Tauberg, artists, musicians, etc.
  3. They died like the unfortunate Nika Turbina.
Answer 21
January, 2021

Well, no one walks with transparencies over their heads: "I dance, I embroider, I know 5 languages" or: "Both legs are left, I play only on my nerves."

Someone finds themselves in all this, sometimes - during some crisis. Someone was driven out of the way to these classes and he grew up with relief and sent both circles and parents to the garden.

I can tell you what happens to those children who wanted to do all this, but their parents were versus.)

Of all the "wishes" in childhood, I was allowed only a photo circle. And then, with a gnashing of teeth. But I was lucky with the great, creative teachers at the (technical) school. I did a little needlework all my life, almost secretly. Now I am 47 years old, creativity is gradually becoming my main job and I enjoy it.

But I just fought with my mother for the right to send my son to an art school. She, like in my childhood, was categorically against it. But I won.)) My son finished the folklore department with pleasure and started playing the classical guitar himself. This did not become a profession, but he worked as a DJ a little, writes music for the mood, in the company he can play the guitar, accordion, phono.

It seems to me that you need to listen to children. Perhaps there is already some inclination. If not, then you need to give the child everything to try and choose or refuse everything. You shouldn't force another person to be happy.

Answer 22
January, 2021

Only they live much more educated and physically healthy, as a rule, they are bosses, they get used to being active and cannot lie and do nothing

Answer 23
January, 2021

In adulthood, these children work quietly in large companies, very successfully for themselves. They defend dissertations, write articles, participate in olympiads. It's just that now no one forces them, relatively speaking, to read poetry from a chair in front of relatives and friends. As a rule, such versatile people are very successful in life. At least among my entourage, everyone is like that. They just chose one thing and completely immersed themselves in the profession, and the rest sometimes even remains, but in the form of a hobby. Usually, those kids who do everything in a row do not get some super-great results in all activities. Well, it is clear that in adulthood all forces are rushed to achieve results in one activity. Example: a friend's son was involved in various sports and studied at a physics and mathematics school. Now he is a tough programmer, but the sport remains in life - alpine skiing on vacation.

Answer 24
January, 2021

Everything that we learned and what we were fond of stays with us forever
It will come in handy or not, as you want or how it turns out
But it will do versatile
And sport will make discipline, stronger
And I am in choreography school introduced as a subject for girls - let them learn to control the body

Answer 25
January, 2021

I think the author is right. As a child, I loved to study, went to circles, won Olympiads, etc., etc. I liked it, no one forced me.
Now I work in an ordinary office in an ordinary position. But I really love my job. And even some of the children's circles come in handy sometimes.
And the authorities have said more than once that they are appreciated for the fact that "I catch everything on the fly"

Answer 26
January, 2021

They just don't need them.
Where can they be in demand, these grown talents and geniuses? Who will give attention to someone else's talent, when there is nowhere to put their own?
And they realize this uselessness as teenagers ....
Sad, alas. People don't need each other at all. Especially when there are so many of these friends that you can't watch them in a day

Answer 27
January, 2021

Nothing goes unnoticed. It helps someone in life, and someone hates everything that he was forced to do in childhood. Forcing the child to do everything in a row is still not worth it. The task of the parents is to identify the child's tendencies and help develop them. There must be harmony in the family.)

Answer 28
January, 2021

These children have grown up. There are many people around me who are talented. But they are forced to earn a living, alas, not what they would like. The standard of living in most regions of our country is extremely low, the opportunities to sell the results of your creativity are negligible. At work, people give all they can, for a hobby, not everyone has the strength. I can only be creative with my younger daughter as a couple. She is just 9 years old. The eldest, having tried dancing, vocals, artistic creativity, eventually wanted to become a photo artist, but then realized that she could not support herself with this, and now she works in a bank. She works for wear and tear, a successful career, but dreams of returning to creativity someday. Hope this happens. And her talents are seen by her relatives. The husband and mother-in-law sometimes even admire. At least my grandchildren are lucky to have a talented, interesting mother.

Answer 29
January, 2021

I spent my childhood in the village, dreamed of dancing. She played table tennis and volleyball at school. My parents never did homework with me. Parents worked from morning to evening. My son goes to art school, in the summer it is intensive English. He likes both. He doesn't care about sports. I try not to press or break, after all the man is growing. I will live in Russia for a long time and I will be able to perfectly master 2, 3 specialties. There is no need to put pressure on children. My son is asthenic and loves to sleep. Therefore, when his batteries sit down, we hamper both the school and the artist. I also often tell him that I love him.

Answer 30
January, 2021

These children grew up and became smart, developed people, attentive parents. Now it is their turn to invest in their children - I mean to invest internally, to worry, to observe, to correct mistakes, to develop and, yes, to carry them to the sections. This is how human society progresses.

Answer 31
January, 2021

Adult life is very different from childhood. In childhood, your parents support you and they are responsible for you. Therefore, you have a lot of time that you can devote to hobbies or try something new. And did not like it, then quit without regret. But it doesn't go anywhere. People are leaving childhood. But in this way we will all leave not only from childhood, but also from life with all our talents and skills. But what was so and will remain with us. The more a person is multidimensionally developed and well-read, the more interesting it is with him. And all these skills that he received as a child help him in his adult life, even if he does not notice it. You have not become a musician, but you understand the music, you have not become a dancer, but your figure has acquired a beautiful shape. You have not become an athlete, but you have become enduring and strong. All this forms the character of a person, his ability to survive and his resistance to stress in life.

Answer 32
January, 2021

There are several options here. I'll tell you about four.

First, there is a age-specific talent.

Some abilities are especially bright at a certain age, and they can fade away if they do not receive support. For example, at the primary school age there is a peak of drawing, and in adolescence, literary creativity develops especially. With age, not only skill develops, but also the ability to compare oneself with others. There are many people around who are doing the same as you, but better. And even if the parents provide the necessary support, the teenager himself may abandon the activity when he realizes that he does not live up to the ideal.

Second, early development does not guarantee that the pace will continue in adulthood .

You can learn to count, read, and hold a pen correctly early, but this does not mean that it will be easy to learn new things even at the age of 30. And it becomes more difficult to stand out against the background of others - everyone has more or less learned something.

Thirdly, motivation is external (someone wants) and internal (I want).

You can enroll your child in sections and monitor his progress. Sometimes children simply get tired of the volume of tasks, lose interest and, having gained independence in adulthood, choose a completely different life for themselves. I finished my studies in the music school and forgot forever.

The reverse situation: when in childhood I liked something, and the child invested in full, but as he grew, the requirements for him grew. And if earlier you wanted something, now you find yourself simply obliged to develop, strive, improve. Not everyone can withstand the pressure.

Fourth and last: requirements for adults and children are different .

Entering adulthood requires a teenager to learn well, get profession, find a job, start a family, etc. - there is not always a place for hobby and wide interests. It takes too long to hone one thing. And then the strong side may fade into the background or remain a situational hobby.

On the other hand, serious hobbies often draw attention to themselves, and then a person becomes a professional in the field. Musicians, artists, chess players, athletes, scientists, handicraftsmen ... There are a lot of people with superpowers around us. And if you look like this, then gifted teenagers do not disappear without a trace, but become adults who love their work / hobby.

Answer 33
January, 2021

At one time she studied English, Spanish, German and in a theater studio, went to an architectural school, to karate, played tennis for 12 years, tried to learn the saxophone, went to chess, to dance, to an evening physics and technology school at MIPT, there were several tutors, and many attempts by my parents to send me somewhere else. In grades 7-8, a lot of this was together, and my everyday life was packed to the brim, often school + courses + more courses / tutor. On Saturdays there were 3-4 hours of physics and algebra, and all Sunday was spent on dz for a week. While I was living with my parents (until the age of 15), I took it for granted, because it was always like this. At 15 she left to study at a boarding school abroad. Accordingly, all the courses stopped, at first it was even difficult to cope with so much free time that suddenly appeared - I just did not know what to do with myself. For 3 years of the boarding school, on my own mistakes, I learned to distribute it, but something in me burned out. I am grateful to my parents for 4 free languages ​​and a bunch of useful (and not so) skills, but because of such a number of courses in childhood, I forgot how to enjoy learning in principle. Now I force myself to study, because I understand that I have to finish the university, but, to be honest, I'm already terribly tired.

Answer 34
January, 2021

She went into a depressed state. And that I wanted to give up sports so much, and that I don't know a different language as a result, as they tried to cram this knowledge into me. There were also many other hobbies. But starting to grow up, the feeling of parents' insistence on good results in everything pressed down, I wanted to go against such a system, not to listen, to start doing my own way. I had to give up everything for evil, such decisions at that time seemed correct and for a long time condemned the parents for their upbringing. Only now did I find in myself gratitude for the efforts, I understood, having started earning a living on my own, how much they invested and why they spoke so about the results of my work. On the one hand, I might have done it differently, I would not have forced the child, but on the other hand, I do not know where I would have been carried if not for them. The age of drunks on the porches and the rest I made up for all the grave problems quickly. What I'm not proud of at all, but experience is experience. From figure skating and travel, I came to catering, cooking, a schedule without special days off and a body twisted from fatigue, then a family appeared, there was no time to work and the body could no longer cope, as if from the age of five I went to professional sports non-stop you sit on one boring simulator and see no benefit for your joys. Now I am engaged in another industry and try not to dig into the past, I even pull myself into physical activity a little, but for personal pleasure.

Answer 35
January, 2021

I have been studying English since I was 3, I went to school in the UK since I was 4. Knitted from the age of 6, I don't remember about the cross. There was no sport. There was artistic and musical later. At 16 I had something like a nervous breakdown. Until 50 I worked as a restorer, I was fired, I have been sitting at home for 5 years now, I cannot get a job. Daughter drove in English from 4 then to different circles. She is married to an American and works as an architect. Not going to return. There was a whole family of Nikitins over whom they experimented on early development, nothing special came of them either. Many either break off in adolescence or just lead an ordinary life. And x fails altruism and trust. Those who played sports in childhood may have achieved more. You have to be tougher.

Answer 36
January, 2021

I'm such a child. Now I'm 20. Since childhood, I had a music school, and dances, and English with German, and a lot of other things. I quit dancing and music school - I didn’t like it, I learned English and now I communicate freely, although I don’t continue to teach. My studies and future profession are connected with German.

I quit dancing and sports, or rather changed it to ice skating - now I do this myself regularly, purely for myself. She sang in the choir, also dropped out after school, although I liked it. So somehow. But on the other hand, I can do everything a little bit.

Now I study at a pretty good university (one of the best in the country, but education in our country is not the best in the world). I study, in principle, on a par with everyone else. Quite usually, in general, I live.

Answer 37
January, 2021

At the expense of cross-stitch embroiderers, I doubt, but for everyone else the answer is the same: get out of this country.

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Answer 38
January, 2021

As a child, I did not go in for sports, I did not embroider a cross, I did not learn languages. Now I can’t do anything. I'm sorry. It is better to be able and not to need than to need and not be able to.

Answer 39
January, 2021

Since childhood, my mother tried to arrange us (my sister and brother + me) for various circles, supposedly we can find a hobby, maybe a hobby. As a child, I went to dances, to a modeling agency, to an artist, to English, to a music school.
Total: dancing is not mine at all, the child probably liked it, but there are too many efforts to do this at a conscious age.
artist - quit, for the sake of music school, it was not possible to combine according to the schedule
music school - graduated through blood and tears, got a crust in the specialty of piano
English - here is more interesting. I don't know if it helped, most likely not (but that's another story), but I still study English, at the moment my level is advanced. I'm 15 years old.

Answer 40
January, 2021

Such children, as a rule, either completely forget about all their hobbies by the end of their student days and go into ordinary life, like everyone else, or work in a conditionally normal job, but spend their evenings and weekends interesting, or they still do not part with their bright life and make their profession one of the hobbies of childhood, along the way, perhaps, without giving up the rest. I know a lot of former active children. The nature and pressure of circumstances usually incline a person in one direction or another. One thing is undeniable, an active, interesting childhood has become an excellent plateau for personality development, even with the simplest lifestyle, these people are much more interesting, and they look deeper at life.

Answer 41
January, 2021

In adulthood, all these former children go into the world of work, everyday life and other vanity. And they simply don’t have time to do such once interesting things. An elementary example - let’s say, a woman came home from work (for greater persuasiveness, let’s even imagine that she has a full-fledged family - a poor husband and children who need help with lessons) - and away we go: cook, feed, clean, wash, learn lessons and so on and so forth (do not accuse me of excessive sympathy for the woman's fate, no, this is just an example that can just as well be given on a man) .. So when this cycle of everyday affairs and routine ends today, she is left, most likely, only to go to bed (ideally, of course, not immediately to sleep, but we will not talk about another aspect of family life ...), and not take up the canvas and the hoop and peer into the thread / needle with tired eyes / tissue cells ..

So what am I doing? A typical modern adult does not have the time and energy to develop past hobbies, because the primary task is to survive (which means, to do what brings money in the first place, even if they are not accompanied by satisfaction from the work process itself).

But there are also pleasant exceptions - just think about active maternity mothers who, during this period, figure out what they love and know how to do, and create a business on this. For example, a girl in childhood loved to bake cookies and so on - she began to make cakes to order! And the most interesting thing here is the same aspect - TIME. Yes, of course, it is quite understandable that the maternity mother does not rest and relax all day long (yeah, try to rest with the baby in her arms!), But still she is less distracted by interacting with the external environment, spends less time and energy on building relationships with her, thereby having time to think and, at best, develop their hobbies

Answer 42
January, 2021

When you learn a language and don’t use it for several years later, it is forgotten.

So I went in for sports, school was over and sports were over, there was no prospect, now I am studying at the university and that's it, I haven't gone anywhere, but I don't see any reason to shout about sports around. Life goes on

Answer 43
January, 2021

After all, there is no one, rarely anyone even knows a little English at the level of "Hitler Kaput", sometimes by summer he buys a fitness ticket. Why did you spend all this childhood, parents' money and, most importantly, where did everything go ??

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