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    • yall just had shitty parents, and it seems you developed a sheep mentality because of it. normal people wouldnt drop what they are passionate about simply because their parents made fun of it. people like that are weak willed sheep.
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    • or you can realize that your parents aren't god and they dont get to decide what you enjoy
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    • It has nothing to do with being a sheep. It's wanting acceptance from your parents.
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    • Or your parents over support something to the point where you dont want to do it anymore and get guilted into continuing to the point where you hate it
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    • See i love plants and cooking but my parents used to think that a guy doing that was gay, and I had to show them that even a straight guy could cook a bomb ass pound cake and grow roses that would make martha down the street swallow a penisful of embarrassment. Just be proud of urself and ull be gud
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    • Sorry to say, but when you're young like that, your parents are everything to you. So yes, when they insult what you like it kinda hurts. Like a lot
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    • How come parents don't acknowledge the ways they hurt their kids? If you try to tell them they get pissy and deny it.
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    • Seeing posts like this on this app always make me really depressed. Not because of the post itself, but because of the comments that ensue. It's all people who completely disregard any psychology or mental health in the name of toxic masculinity and have a brute force mentality through every aspect
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    • Considering how impactful early childhood is to the behaviors and mentalities of every human on this planet, I almost entirely blame bad parenting when I see shitty behavior from anyone besides infants and animals
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    • My family told me that I’d never be a good makeup artist when I was like 8. 10 years later All the women in my family now ask me to do their makeup for special events or whatever and even refer their friends to me. Don’t let your parents judgments make you stop doing what you love
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    • Oh boo hoo. Mommy and daddy made a joke about something. Now I gotta destroy my happiness before they can make another harmless joke. Smh some kids need to grow up and stop being so damn sensitive
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    • child: *tells mom a secret*. mom: *tells everyone about it*. also mom: why is my child secretive? must be that damn phone
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    • It’s exponentially worse when an overly competitive parent takes everything you’re passionate about and uses it to use you for trophy fodder, slowly tearing that passion out of you like a bandaid.
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    • My parents insulted my passion but I'm not a bitch so I kept at it and now I shred the guitar
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    • Meanwhile my parents got me a starter kit for literally anything I showed interest in.
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    • Probably because Tumblr people's passions are shit like drawing naked cat girls and weird shit like that.
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    • When I was around 10, I really got into the 40k universe and when I showed my dad it, he started to like it as well. 10 years later and we still play it and both love it. Guess I was just lucky
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    • But honestly, kids are passionate about the absolute dumbest shit. As a human with more than one brain cell, you can’t let that shit slide forever
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    • Its because you were passionate about being a wizard and that stupid as shit
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    • Y'all just some sensitive ass niggas
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    • Imagine being this much of a pussy
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    • I find it kind of stupid for you to be like "oh they're just weak willed". Whose fault do you think it is that they feel that way? Their fucking parents.
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    • Tesla_space_isnt_real you seein this? This is exactly how I feel about my dream to become a UFC champion.
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    • My dad did this to me with video games. I kept playing them because coping mechanism and to spite his words.
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    • Yeah so like that, but replace passion with "love and affection" I'm just getting to the adult part and we permanently altered out here boys
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    • My dad liked to make fun of me for playing videogames so I started making fun of him for losing his company in the recession.
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    • They're were poking fun because being a parent is often not very fun and a chore. Dont get all teary eyed because you cant take banter. Real snowflake npc hours
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    • We gotta drop the notion that family means blood and you have to stick to someone bc they’re you’re family. Stick up for yourself. Don’t let society pressure you like that. Family can be rough, don’t let it hurt your life or future. Find your own family, be strong.
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    • When you tell them why you don’t talk about your passions then you get insulted for being so sensitive along with the rest of your generation, and maybe some other things but that’s what’s coming to mind rn
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    • I never share how passionate I am about something anymore cause someone always has some thing negative to say about it. It gets bad but you never know how bad it is till it matters. When you interview for a job and they ask “what are you passionate about?” I’ve blanked so many times it’s funny.
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    • I’m passionate about the suislide. Anyone wanna ride with me?
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    • So...people with a good parent, or even two good ones, are criticizing. This may be true to some extent, but heres some fact: as a child’s brain is developing, the people closest to it (usually parent[s]), have a great influence on the child’s personality and thought process.
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    • Fact: as a child’s brain is developing, the people closest to it (usually parent[s]), have a great influence on the child’s personality and thought process
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    • I can’t wait to inspire my kids with anything they want, I’m not gonna shelter them from there passions because “we don’t have the money for it.” I’m gonna make money for it.
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    • This is the equivalent to blaming your bad grades on your teacher even though you know damn well you have full control of your of how things turn out for you. People just dont want to blame their failures on themselves and honestly stubborn and degenerate.
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    • I’m the only artist in a family obsessed with sports. My dad still gives me shit to this day about not having any of the same interests as my family. Guess what? I’m still an artist and I don’t give a flying fuck about what they have to say about it. Stop being a puss and just do what you love.
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    • And then when you try to talk to your mom about it so the problem can finally be resolved she shuts down and yells at you because she doesn't want to be told she's a toxic parent even though she's acting just as toxic as her own mom😎
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    • Nowadays parenting is a joke. Check on your kids. Act like their parents, not their friends
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    • This generation always finds a way to blame all their problems on other people.
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    • Yeah hold in, let me just rewind till I was 6-10 where I was bullied by my parents because I liked athletics, and tell them: you don't get to decide what I like
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    • This is not a normal occurance, either these people just had shitty parents or they had some really f**ked up interests/hobbies. I don't recall my love of football or hockey ever being insulted a single time by my parents. Pro wrestling occasionally by my dad but always in a joking light-hearted way
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    • Whose parents insult them? Y'all shouldn't have picked such shitty parents.
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    • Shitty kid with no personality: “this has to be my parents fault somehow”
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    • Oh grow the fuck up, you pathetic cunts
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    • I’m sure there’s nothing else to the story...
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    • SO MUCH FUCKING TUMBLR IM SO FCKING GOD DAMN FUCKING SICK OF FUCKING TUMBLR
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    • For the tc’s what happens to you as a child can leave permanent scars that can’t be fixed by just “not listening to your parents”
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    • My parents complain about my art so I made friends who appreciate it and I draw them stuff all the time. My parents try forcing me to draw relatives and I decline since they’re not supportive. Even though I’m not pursuing my passions in school, I’m still active in them at home and it feels good.
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    • As a child I really wanted to play piano, because my family owned this really nice wall piano that I used to spend several days messing with. They gave it to some other family members, and I never was able to learn. I hope that if I have children that I will be able to help build on their passions
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    • I didn't give a flying fuck about what my parents thought about by squirrel skull collection
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    • All you people are retarded. Who cares what your parents say? Bruh, kids learn things very well and if all they're taught is that the things you like are silly then of course they're gonna end up like this. Just fuckin support your kids. It's not that hard. You people are assholes
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    • thanks mom and dad
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    • These people got some bad parents, my parents don’t always like what I like but they listen to me talk about it and take interest in it for my sake. Even if they didn’t I wouldn’t stop liking it, y’all are dumb.
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    • Don’t let this distract you from the fact that cube world is coming back to life now
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    • Evert parent needs to see this, just because it was done to you, doesnt mean it needs to be passed on
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    • Honestly if your parents are like this to you, then you should tell them to go fuck themselves.
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    • Other teens insult your passions more than your parents to, or at least make you paranoid to reveal them
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    • I remember when I was little and really liked to draw and was actually really good at it and showed my parents then they where like that’s not how you make money in this country. They always shut down anything I was passionate about. And as a young adult I have entered the fucking grey area.
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    • Yall niggas dumb as hell parents can take away whatever they want and prevent u from doing what you want you need to realize that and after years of not doing what you want it's become point less
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    • You call me out again and we will throw hands
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    • I actually had good parents that encouraged passion and exploring interests and still turned out boring as all heck
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    • Families joke. I had a huge obsession with kpop as a teen and they joked about it but bought me posters and CDs. If you literally need everyone's approval and them to never say anything bad about anything you need to live in a bubble and fuck off. Teasing people you love has been proven to be closer
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    • That’s cuz y’all are passionate about cutting your dicks off and shit
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    • I feel sorry for people whose parents did this, but complaining about it doesn’t fix it. The only way to overcome it is to be better than that to your kids
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    • Social meadia
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    • Or just don’t be a furry
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    • Or you can not be “passionate” about shitty cringe bullshit.
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    • “Oh my parents don’t agree with that I spend half my days watching furry hentai. It’s my passion mom! You made me depressed for not liking it!” I also hated when people blame their parents for any negative thing that’s happened.
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    • Yes yes. Must blame others for my failures yesss
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    • If I make fun of you and you give up its not your passion.
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    • Define insult, because sometimes what they’re actually doing is criticizing it; trying to test the strength of that passion. And if it falters by a gentle push then it most certainly would collapse at real life crashing into it
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    • I see a lot of people saying it’s silly that kids don’t just Pursue their dreams anyways but, when you’re a kid, it’s not so much that you feel oppressed by them when they tell you you should stop doing something or don’t waste time on it. It’s that you BELIEVE them. Because you grow up thinking-
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    • Yall are weak, grow the hell up
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    • lol you guys really just had shitty parents but that isn't surprising considering this is from Tumblr
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    • My parents forced me to do cross country in 7th grade. I cried cause I really didn’t want to. I’m now 21 and I’ve gone full circle and cried tears of joy after finishing my first 100k in February.
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    • In conclusion, the majority of you are shitty people. It’s not something you can just get over when you’re a young kid and your parents mean the world to you. You could have an amazing household and still have this issue. Y’all just don’t understand development, psych, or mental health. Fuck y’all
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    • A lot of you grew up with toxic horrible parents and I’m sorry for that but you have to stop following what they did and break the cycle
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    • As a kid I tried putting my hair up with gel and my mother asked why was I doing that it looked stupid. I was happy cuz it was different but was sad because of that. My mother kept telling me it looked ugly so I cut it and ever since I just havent given a shit about my hair so it's just fluffy mess
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    • My mother to this day cant hear about *anything* im interested in without putting it down or shaming me for it.
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    • To be told that at a young age fucking sucks especially from your own parents
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    • Everyone is basically a little bitch and thinks they are smart because they are teenagers
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    • Literally, I'm really passionate about music, I want to be a musician once I'm out of high school, but my mom is always like "Why don't you let me listen to your music? What's so bad about it? I'm getting nervous." And I'm like, "Cause it's got cuss words in it! I don't wanna get smacked!"
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    • Yeah I can't relate because I'm 21 and never had parents. Every day is a living hell :)
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    • My parents support me, but also have goals set out for me. They like that I like reading and drawing, but instead of going into archeology and anthropology, they want me to go into business.
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    • My parents are incredibly religious and quiet folks but they fully support there loud metal head of a son and I thank God every single day I have them as parents
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    • my parents always encouraged me to go for my dreams. my first dream job was a ballerina (I dance), so they bought me pointe shoes when my ankles were strong enough. my second dream job was astronomer, so my dad got us a telescope & taught me everything he knew about the night sky.
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    • Happened to me, as a little kid I wanted to be a musician. My dad said “doesn’t make enough money”, then I wanted to go into art and design “doesn’t make any money” so finally I did what he wanted me to do and I tried engineering at ASU and I failed miserably. Let creative minds be creative.
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    • My mom doesnt believe any of my friends that I met online are "real friends" and will proceed to shit talk it all day. While my grandmother on the other hand thinks it's awesome that I've made so many friends with so many different people around the world
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    • I mean yea but it's ingrained in you from a little kid and your parents have major influence on you whether you like it or not. I never had this problem but I can understand why some people can relate to this
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    • This is just as dumb as that one post where a parent told their kid to stop making silly faces so they stayed sad all their life lmao.
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    • Truest post ever
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    • Haha u guys are losers I don’t even have parenst
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    • Fucking boomer parents
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    • Can't relate. Had a good childhood.
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    • Or don’t blame your parents on your adult life being dull and dry, find a passion and don’t give a fuck about their opinion and ya know... live your own life
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    • Y’all mf don’t realize how impressionable kids are with parents
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    • What kind of fucking parents did/do y’all have? This shit isn’t the norm, you lived in a fucked up home and or family. It’s sucks and I’m sorry but don’t make this out to be common place when it’s not.
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