By Yasmin Popcesu

FN Reporter

 

Mentoring today has become extremely challenging for a number of reasons, Clayton Curtis, District Commissioner for Boy Scouts Grand Bahama told members for the Rotary Club of Freeport.

He explained that as a society, we have become comfortable with the high rate of young people taking on the role of parenting and at increasingly younger ages.

"These young people need guidance and direction themselves and are not quite ready to mentor their own children.

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