The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement Topics for Discussion

David H. M. Brooks
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Do you agree or disagree with the idea that children will grow up to be very similar in temperament as they were when they were children? Do children have the capacity to change themselves? Who is most responsible for a child's intellectual and moral upbringing? Does the child make any of the decisions?

What do you think might have happened to Erica if she had not been enrolled in the Academy? Do you think Erica would have been as successful if she had not modeled the Hispanic business woman? What models do you have? Explain.

What do you think prompted Harold to change from consulting work to history? Was working as a historian a fulfilling career for Harold? What other activities did Harold embrace?

Examine Erica's link to Grace. Do you think Erica was the right person for the job? Do you think you...

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