Just this morning, as I was doing more research on Landmark, I was thinking about a statement that my cousin (you know the one that sucked my husband into Landmark) made about the Landmark having "courses" for teens and children (they're not young people, they're kids).
This was a few months ago when I hadn't started my research on Landmark yet. I was asking her questions about LE which she never quite answered. She said that parents who brought their children to LE were giving them the greatest gift a parent could give. That these children would grow up to be empowered and would have such self-esteem that it would allow them to be and do anything they wished.
After two months of reading and researching LE, I can only imagine what this does to children. After hearing the rhetoric that my husband is throwing at me and his refusal to have an open-mind about what LE could be doing to him, I know that the self-esteem that these kids end up having is based on mind-control.
I have yet to find any story about the teen or kids forum. One of the reasons, I believe, is that only children of LE participants can attend. The sessions seem to be shorter (probably to due to certain laws) but I am told they are very similar as the adult sessions.
I am in Canada and I have sent a letter to one of our "investigative" television shows about LE. Their season is over until the fall but I hope that my letter will spark them to look into this.
The Hopeful Guy
Is it true that parents or guardians of children that enrol their kids on to the Landmark Forum for Teens (13 and above) or the Landmark Forum for Young People (8-12) are not allowed into the room with their children at any time?