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Best Answer Paula says
It seem as though you have some issues and maybe looking for somebody to dump on, trust me i will not go there with you. This was discussed on the Ricky Lake show today, that is why i asked the question here to get opinions, not sarcasm.
Trust ME, I WILL go there with you. If you MEANT a child's "BEHAVIOR," not the CHILD, him/herself, your question is misleading. MAJOR OMISSION, Sir, leaving you to OPINIONS of those who find the question LUDICROUS. "Issues," are all yours. Oops!
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Yes that is what i was trying to get across, a parent can dislike what a child does and may say, but still have the love for the child. This question was brought up because it was discussed on the Ricky Lake show on Wednesday
Absolutely, i agree how can a parent not like their child. It is o.k. to not like their behavior. Thanks for your comment.
I was listening to the Ricky Lake show and some mothers made the statement of not liking their children, because she was frustrated with their behavior.
Nobody normally should dislike their children .but lets be truthful , people do. Just like children may express not liking their parent's freely, does not mean that it is impossible for parents to feel the same.