i just dont deserve it

Saint Louis, MO

#1 Mar 28, 2014
18 year old daughter. Tells father STFU
GO TO HELL and all the other expletives that go with it.
Should father get talked to respectfully whether or not he right or wrong...just because he father.

Since: Jun 13

That's where I grew up.

#2 Mar 30, 2014
Stand her outside the front door with her back to it. Now take your foot and shove her ass off the porch and yell "FLY OR FALL SWEETHEART" close the door and don't let her back into the nest. Disrespect only goes one way....OUT THE DOOR! This is not cruel, for it is essential for her own survival without you. Some do not want to leave the nest... At 18 and disrespectful... yes a push with love is necessary no matter their situation. They cannot appreciate what they had, until they no longer have it.(It will be hard for you to actually do it, but she will love you more for it later on.) Trust me, I'm an empty nester and one of my boys flew on his own and the other had to be pushed, literally. Both are successful, but the one I pushed (literally like I stated earlier) thanks me for making life a reality for him and loves me unconditionally.(Even tho they get angry at first it will blow over with time as they mature.) Hope sharing and relating my personal experience helps. Good day.
Mutsy

Manassas, VA

#3 Mar 30, 2014
LittleNayNay wrote:
Stand her outside the front door with her back to it. Now take your foot and shove her ass off the porch and yell "FLY OR FALL SWEETHEART" close the door and don't let her back into the nest. Disrespect only goes one way....OUT THE DOOR! This is not cruel, for it is essential for her own survival without you. Some do not want to leave the nest... At 18 and disrespectful... yes a push with love is necessary no matter their situation. They cannot appreciate what they had, until they no longer have it.(It will be hard for you to actually do it, but she will love you more for it later on.) Trust me, I'm an empty nester and one of my boys flew on his own and the other had to be pushed, literally. Both are successful, but the one I pushed (literally like I stated earlier) thanks me for making life a reality for him and loves me unconditionally.(Even tho they get angry at first it will blow over with time as they mature.) Hope sharing and relating my personal experience helps. Good day.
Thank you. More than you realize.
Never do this

Towanda, PA

#4 Mar 30, 2014
LittleNayNay wrote:
Stand her outside the front door with her back to it. Now take your foot and shove her ass off the porch and yell "FLY OR FALL SWEETHEART" close the door and don't let her back into the nest. Disrespect only goes one way....OUT THE DOOR! This is not cruel, for it is essential for her own survival without you. Some do not want to leave the nest... At 18 and disrespectful... yes a push with love is necessary no matter their situation. They cannot appreciate what they had, until they no longer have it.(It will be hard for you to actually do it, but she will love you more for it later on.) Trust me, I'm an empty nester and one of my boys flew on his own and the other had to be pushed, literally. Both are successful, but the one I pushed (literally like I stated earlier) thanks me for making life a reality for him and loves me unconditionally.(Even tho they get angry at first it will blow over with time as they mature.) Hope sharing and relating my personal experience helps. Good day.
U must not of had a very good up bringing u teach a child love, respect, teach them a trade or many trades , u teach them to read, write to respect an too achieve not when they are having a bad day u close ur doors to them shame on u . I am happy they love u even thought u could care less where there next meal was coming from or if they had a bed to lie down in . Shame on u .
Bone

Little Rock, AR

#5 Mar 30, 2014
LittleNayNay wrote:
Stand her outside the front door with her back to it. Now take your foot and shove her ass off the porch and yell "FLY OR FALL SWEETHEART" close the door and don't let her back into the nest. Disrespect only goes one way....OUT THE DOOR! This is not cruel, for it is essential for her own survival without you. Some do not want to leave the nest... At 18 and disrespectful... yes a push with love is necessary no matter their situation. They cannot appreciate what they had, until they no longer have it.(It will be hard for you to actually do it, but she will love you more for it later on.) Trust me, I'm an empty nester and one of my boys flew on his own and the other had to be pushed, literally. Both are successful, but the one I pushed (literally like I stated earlier) thanks me for making life a reality for him and loves me unconditionally.(Even tho they get angry at first it will blow over with time as they mature.) Hope sharing and relating my personal experience helps. Good day.
AMEN!!

Since: Jun 13

That's where I grew up.

#6 Mar 30, 2014
Never do this wrote:
<quoted text>U must not of had a very good up bringing u teach a child love, respect, teach them a trade or many trades , u teach them to read, write to respect an too achieve not when they are having a bad day u close ur doors to them shame on u . I am happy they love u even thought u could care less where there next meal was coming from or if they had a bed to lie down in . Shame on u .
No shame here... I did and still do care, but by teaching my children to feed themselves is my responsibility to society. Which apparently, is completely opposite from your perspective. So all I will say is "your welcome" because my children will not be on government assistance at your expense. I raised and taught and prepared my children with love and support throughout their upbringing. I'm not going to hinder my children by supporting them when they are perfectly able to do it themselves. It is EVERY PARENTS responsibility to teach their children to survive and live independently in this society, not kiss their boo-boos and feed them with a silver spoon when their 18+!!!! Children think their all grown up at 18. When in fact, they are just beginning to grow up. So as a loving parent's responsibility... We just help them along. Some just need a push. If they see it coming then they fight it worse, so it's less painful and traumatizing for ALL involved if it's fight or flight. Mother Nature does it, so if I do it too then I've had a poor upbringing?...... Pha leese! Shame on you!!!!!!!...for hindering the next generation (or being one) with your "oh they've just had a bad day" perspective!!! Cause with that kind of thinking my kids will be supporting your welfare offspring. Again.... Your welcome!
get over it

United States

#7 Mar 30, 2014
Never do this wrote:
<quoted text>U must not of had a very good up bringing u teach a child love, respect, teach them a trade or many trades , u teach them to read, write to respect an too achieve not when they are having a bad day u close ur doors to them shame on u . I am happy they love u even thought u could care less where there next meal was coming from or if they had a bed to lie down in . Shame on u .
obvioulsy you feel entitled.
PUSH

New Salisbury, IN

#8 Mar 30, 2014
I AGREE WITH LIL NAY NAY ON THIS!!!!!!!!

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