There isn’t a parent in the world who would want to see their child fail in making friends. But if they are struggling, there are ways in which a parent shouldn’t approach the situation unless they want to make things worse, according to the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. Redditor msladyjune901 couldn’t quite figure […] More
When we think of Thanksgiving dinner drama, we typically assume lively discussions of politics were the cause. But a recent post on the “Am I the A**hole (AITA)” subReddit illustrated that plenty of other dynamics can cause family drama too. The Original Poster (OP), known as aita_toy_tantrum, touched on the key details in the title: […] More
Most of the time, parents like to be on the same page about big choices in their children’s lives. Thus, when one parent makes a major decision regarding their children without consulting the other parent first, the outcome might not always be pretty. Such was the case for redditor Stock_Flimsy, who was less than pleased […] More
People Who Only Became A Parent Because Their Partner Wanted Kids Share Their Experiences
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Kids are not the ideal option for everyone. Some people are ideally suited to having kids: they want the experience of taking care of and raising another little person with their partner.

But some people are not suited to have kids together. In fact, some people sort of end up playing secondary parent role because they just can't get themselves fully around taking care of a child.

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It really is often not the student's fault when they're acting out. Crazy behavior in the classroom can so easily mirror crazy circumstances at home.

More often than not, teachers learn this lesson the hard way: through parent teacher conferences, phone calls, or other events in which they are unprepared to meet the source of crazy, erratic, or disrespectful behavior.

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