Ah, I'm so glad I won't be having kids and therefor wont have to put up with this bullshit.
When the kid touched your stuff you should have just been all, "EXCUSE ME. I BELIEVE THOSE ARE MINE." complete with a pissed off stare. The kid would have probably gotten all freaked out and left you alone, god knows that type isn't used to actually being told what to do by grownups.
Sauti-AlamisiFeatured By OwnerJan 3, 2013Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I was an idiot when I was younger. I honestly was supposed to be placed in a lower class after like 3rd grade or something, but I passed the GATE test by a 98% in 5th grade. But I was placed in cluster instead of seminar. DX Probably because of my dyslexia and their thought of me having autism.
Anyways, more into the topic, I used to whine if I didn't get my way into getting stuff. I was spoiled when I was younger. My mother had stuff her anger down my mouth and I learned the hard way. So I was always careful about doing something without thinking twice.
That's ridiculous! I never wanted kids, but have a son now, and he will not act that way. I am familiar with the developmental stages and all, but blaming bad behavior on that is a bullshit cop out for bad parenting. How a 5 year old acts is completely based on how he is raised. I've known many many little kids. No matter the age, even younger than 5, the ones who are spoiled, act like little assholes, and the ones who are properly trained and disciplined are angels. Little kids are like dogs who you have to feed better, change and provide a proper bed and clothing for. If you don't train them, you can't expect them to behave or know any tricks. My son is only 9 months old and he's the most well-behaved baby you'll ever meet (and he knows tricks!). He knows when Mommy means business. I didn't have to hurt him or ignore him either. Kids, like well-behaved, in-door dogs, are a lot of work. If you're willing to put the work in, you'll have a great kid/dog. Otherwise, stick that thing outside and expect loads of tantrums. Alright, rant over. I just get so frustrated with shitty parents who try to blame bad behavior on psychology.
Don't be a parent then. In fact, give her away for adoption as you slowly cry yourself to sleep. Another night passes. You then grab that wonderful glock, the one that you've bought yourself for home protection and to protect your recently given away child, and... silently pull that hair-trigger as the barrel is pointed at your head. The bullet then misfires and break your newly bought weapon, leaving you another night to cry yourself to sleep.
Now instead of that, be a better parent. Let the kid have his/her own favorite icecream as you get your own. Limit it to the child, make the child earn it. Teach the child morals with these barters, teach the child responsibilities with these sorts of things. Teach the child that the world doesn't revolve around them, and for them to be aware of their surroundings- social and otherwise. In another words, parenting is more than babysitting 24/7.
My niece is such a fucking demon spawn. She fuels my hatred for children. I will never have children. And I wish my sister would get a fucking clue and quit letting her kid get what she wants by throwing tantrums.
I'd take the advice of a reasonable person who had read books about dogs or hung out with professional dog trainers as friends, even if they personally had not owned a dog, over the advice of some derp who bought a dog without even knowing the names of the different breeds.
I would probably look at how successful the derp had been at raising their dog.
I've also read a few dog training books that seemed like terrible advice, and it's hard to tell which is which without a dog to test them on. Of course what works for one person/dog may not work for another.
That's true. My main point is that having kids doesn't necessarily mean you're doing good with them or that you posses the potential to be good with them. It just means you didn't use birth control or get an abortion. Most parents aren't good parents. I would take the advice of a personally childless child psychologist over the advice of a woman with 5 kids, each of whom have dropped out of high school.
But yeah, it depends on the individual, not on whether they've had kids or not.
Lol, I remember when I was five (yes, I actually remember stuff that long ago) and I was mad I did not get a toy or something in the mall. My Mom was holding my hand as we were walking towards the exit and I saw a happy girl my age holding a cute plushie. I was jealous that her Mom agreed to buy it so as My Mom and I were walking, I snatched the plushie from the girl and fucking threw it back in the bin.