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If, on the other hand, they’re able to cultivate their interests, learn to be comfortable in their own quirky skin, encouraged to achieve as much as their little over-achieving hearts desire, they’ll enter adulthood with the confidence to continue on that path.

They won’t automatically wonder if people will disagree or make fun of them when they make assertions or cling to ideals. Of course, not every homeschooled kid is like that.

A May 5 post showed a video of a toddler, Mosiah, learning to walk.

An April 24 post showed a happy family, gathering around a campfire, roasting marshmallows. Their Facebook page — which has nearly 2,000 likes — is called “My Blessed Little Homestead.” Ellsworth believes the arrests took place because of their simple way of life that some would call backwards — and because of the way they homeschool.

They must either hide their true personality and inclinations in order to be accepted or they’re pushed to the fringes and made to feel abnormal. Made to feel less likable than those who keep their ideas and opinions to themselves or fail to form any to begin with. No one looks at them askance when they know every answer to every question and are eager to share their knowledge. That their interests are boring and a waste of time?

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