• Y'all REFUSE to be a safe haven for
your children on some "the real
world won't coddle them" bullshit. Of
course it won't, that's why they need
to learn what love looks like so they
can recognize when they're being
treated badly. Don't normalize pain
and disappointment.
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    • Yo I found 5 dollars on the floor just now
      EchoTruth 25 jul
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    • "Life isn't fair" is an excuse for people to act unfairly when they are prefectly able to be fair, change my mind
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    • If my kid gets in trouble, I want their first thought to be “oh shit I have to call my mom.” Your kids should respect you, not fear you. There’s a difference.
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    • I hate how family members, who have no knowledge of the things I went through with my dad, tell me I should forgive him. You have 18 years to be a good parent. You don't get a second chance
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    • It's simple, care for those who care about you and fuuuuck everybody else but be civil at all times until they give you a reason not to, then make them regret mistaking your kindness for weakness.
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    • The trick is to allow your children to experience the world, and be there to help when things go south. Eventually they'll find their own footing, and be very thankful for your guidance.
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    • I came from abusive parents. You should be the safe haven from the world. You should respect your kids. If you don’t, they hide more and more of themselves from you and get into more and more trouble. If a kid makes a mistake he should be helped through it and guided. (1/3)
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    • What the fuck, I just had 5 dollars but it disappeared.
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    • Just saw this guy pick up $5 from the ground.
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    • Parents should teach kids what life is really like; part of life is experiencing pain and problems, but part of it is also having support and safe havens in life. They should be an example of a safe place and a support system, so that one day the kid can find their own, and know the good signs
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    • I use cut proof gloves at work and I'll punch through any shit in my way because I am confident in the protection. Kids are the same - parents are supposed to make boundaries and a safe place where they can be protected. You give them confidence through reassurance and they'll punch through anything
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    • You don't have to be abusive to teach them how to not be a little bitch. Stop being a little bitch.
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    • I lost the $5 I had in my pocket earlier
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    • Just dropped 5 dollars on the floor where tf did it go guys
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    • There is a huge difference between showing love and affection toward your child, and coddling them, promoting poor behavior, and smothering them with helicopter parenting.
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    • The $5 bill I stuffed in my ass earlier seems to have fallen out
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    • Dont confused hard love for abuse now
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    • Damn I lost 5 dollars from my pocket, must’ve fell out or something
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    • Don't shelter them, but don't abuse them by making them soft, life is suffering. Weak men are pathetic
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    • People who say "life isn't fair, deal with it" are the same people who say "life is what you make of it". They're just the ones who want to refuse to acknowledge the impactof society on the life of individuals while also refusing to acknowledge that society is made up of those same individuals...1/2
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    • Yo I dropped 5 bucks.. anyone seen it on the floor or sumn??
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    • Ppl on social media giving parenting advice < my butthole
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    • don’t overprotect your kids, because as a teenager who’s sheltered and protected but then verbally abused, it’s no fun at all. let your kids be themselves, not the perfect pristine child you might think is good.
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    • I mean, I wasnt coddled and I know pretty easily what abuse looks like...
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    • Preach. I want to have kids one day and I want to show them the utmost amount of love that I can give.
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    • Remember y’all. You cannot demand respect if you don’t teach it by showing it. Even if they’re your children they’re human beings who deserve to be respected. If they suddenly don’t want to do something yall have been planning act how you’d want someone else to act if you were in the childs place.-
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    • You can be coddled here and there- but u have to make mistakes and get reprimanded or else you wont ever learn
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    • You can normalize pain and disappointment by looking at yourself in the mirror
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    • I feel spanking and punishing your kids is necessary for specific scenarios. As a small child, if you’re throwing cereal boxes in Walmart because you couldn’t get a toy, your parents should have every right to whoop your ass. But I don’t want my kid to be afraid of me because he messed up (1/?)
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    • Yo you still love and nurture your kid but if he has a bully put him in a class to kick his....Butt (the bully's that is). Teach them to fight back. Not put they ass in a bubble
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    • Did it ever occur to you that you can teach your kids how to work hard and be good people without being a bad parent?
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    • Cry more about how your parents didn’t let you smoke weed and skip school.
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    • Where TF did my $5 go? That was coke money :(
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    • Normalizing and making it apparent are two different thing.
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    • This counts especially for siblings too. BE a brother, BE a sister. That means being a friend, a safe haven, a source of advice and experience, a supporter, a teacher, NOT another source of punishment. Not another source of bad, be a source of good.
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    • Yeah, but that doesn't mean coddling is okay. We live in a generation of coddled children in the bodies of adults who grew up with snowplow parents who never told the children no. And Jesus Christ, are millenials the worst fucking people.
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    • Be loving and caring, but do not coddle your children. Teach them.
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    • Stevie wonder: Yo I didn't see shit
      _MOTHRA_ 26 jul
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    • Bro I remember my parents always getting into fights when I was younger. My mom would immediately jump to divorce and my dad would have to apologize. When I was abused by my ex of two years my mom blamed me and says I broke her heart.
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    • Some people never got spanked and it shows
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    • I’d say be right in the middle. Try to normalize it while saying that feeling it is still not good
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    • Dude its life, toughen them up dont tell them lies to make them feel better. Be there for them but dont lie
      Uzixia 25 jul
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    • Yo I just realized I dropped 5 bucks.
      KEVMATLOP 25 jul
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    • Damn we’re really a bunch of depressed bastards aren’t we
      pididdles 25 jul
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    • The world won't coddle you, but you should always be there for the people you care about for that reason. It's even harder without support and others company
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    • Sounds like some soft child shit
      Heron 25 jul
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    • This bitch was raised by uncle mom and aunt dad.....bet this douche doesn't even have children or pets......fuck you Chaderan
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    • anyone else been so fucked up and depressed for so long that being normal and happy doesnt feel good anymore. something just feels wrong with it
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    • Yeah someone needed to post this
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    • Yo I just lost 5 dollars
      lawq 25 jul
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    • Some people seem to think that the world is only darkness and sadness and shit. If that were true we would all give up on everything, but we don't. If not for the good in the world, why go on?
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    • The best time on a clock is 6:30, hands down
      Shadic_ 25 jul
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    • You need to normalize pain. Otherwise they will break down from the smallest little inconvenience
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    • In moderation
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    • I grew up with parents like that and joined the army. I’d say I turned out alright.
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    • Nah fuck them kids, my kids get punished hard so they learn not to do it agian
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    • That’s stupid......gotta normalize it. But just enough so that when it comes they know you’ll always be there
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    • What the fuck you talking about, you dumb bitch?
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    • Too late...
      iSuRvIvE 25 jul
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    • You need to stop featuring garbage like this
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    • The previous generation of adults was the most privileged and protected generation in history and they grew up to be adults who have an existential crisis at the smallest inconvenience.
      Flex 25 jul
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    • Weak ass you parents coddled you too much
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    • Wish someone said this to my parents 16 years ago
      Jarted 25 jul
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    • My parents are still refusing to accept that I have anxiety and need medication for it EVEN THOUGH just this Tuesday I showed false heart attack symproms, had heart testing and it came out normal. Doctor said it was anxiety. They don’t care if I get false heart attack again
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    • Pussies
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    • You say that like you dont beat your kids
      clg1199 25 jul
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    • But pain and torment is normal
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    • I’m pretty sure they could recognize it anyways. What a dumb mindset
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    • Also, seize the means of production. That’s an important step
      CCCP 25 jul
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    • You’re living in a world of freshly minted adults who were coddled their whole lives and never learned that lesson, and now they demand the entire world bow to their whims. The real world won’t treat you with kid gloves. Learn that
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    • Soy-boys out here praising this “dude”
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    • Yeah no, how will the children become strong? It is your job as a parent to make sure they SUCCEED. That is it.
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    • Let the world do the hurting. It’s the job of the parent to use that hurt and turn into wisdom and calm. Being what the world already is to your child leaves them feeling alone in the world.
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    • Th... the thot.. She speaks the truth...!?
      Vices 2 aug
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    • Oh, so now its in writing
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    • That's good advice Soda Pop Thot
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    • Just putting this out there. My parents neglected me and now I feel nothing from this world. So, idk, do something worh that
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    • Yeah, everyone has been coddled too much, if you ask me. That's why our society is filled with bitch ass snowflakes that get triggered by facts.
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    • Ya name is soda pop thot🤣 stfu
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    • Someone in my family has to break the cycle and it ain’t gonna be me
      PascoPunx 28 jul
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    • Kids need to be comfortable and feel safe to develop properly
      Alex291 28 jul
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    • Yeah, or your child will end up like Soda Pop Thot.
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    • My parents abandoned me. My aunt and uncle raised me, but were still abusive and toxic under the image of "I took you in when no one else would". The first person to show me actual love was my bf, finding an internally broken 19 year old me. I now know how to love, and he means the world to me.
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    • great words from an even greater dp
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    • Sometimes yes, but when he crys about someone stealing his fucking pencil he's just being a pussy
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    • Life is about overcoming struggle. That’s what makes life interesting and better for everyone. Life would suck and life would be even worse if everything was handed to you.
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    • “Normalize” is used way too much on twitter
      wyleee 28 jul
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    • Spank the fuckers
      Rj332 28 jul
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    • I thought this app was meant for funny memes and post tf is this shit 😂😂
      Reign1515 28 jul
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    • Thank you oh wise "soda pop thot" ...get bent
      Kdub3186 28 jul
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    • Ouch
      lll11ll 28 jul
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    • soda pop thot
      ppsuc 28 jul
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    • But there's a balance of that and being to overbearing
      gub_achug 28 jul
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    • Teach your kid to find a peaceful way to resolve their problems, but also teach them how to fight.
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    • As much as I agree with her, her profile picture is only her boobs, she said “badly” instead of poorly, and she used a comma instead of a period so...
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