How come men are in the "doghouse" when they do something wrong?
Because that's how some women deal with being upset...believe it or not, some men deal with it that way too, proceeding with the "s/he's in trouble" mentality. Frankly, I've always thought this way of dealing with things is more appropriate for a misbehaving child, and often counter-productive when dealing with a spouse. It's so much easier to discuss whatever's wrong with the other person, try to find a solution or agree to disagree, and then let it go...otherwise all someone is doing is allowing a wound in their relationship to fester, and wallowing in their own upset or anger toward the other person.
My doghouse has an air conditioner and cable. HA!!!!!!!!
by JP Carlos 5 years ago
Where do you draw strength to forgive someone who did something wrong to you?
by crystaleyes 5 years ago
If your child does something wrong like hit you because you have not given in to his tantrum, what would you do? I have sometimes given a smack on his back for misbehavior.. is it fine or am i being a bad parent?
by Tranita 8 years ago
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by Jessie Watson 8 months ago
In the short time that I've been here on HP, it seems as though there is very little criticism happening on feeds. It could just be that I've been looking in the wrong place and I am not exactly pro-conflict but I get the feeling that people are almost afraid to challenge each others logic. In...
by mhns002 7 years ago
I have a 4 month old south african boerboel who when we recieved him showed signs of hind leg problems. We thought he had hip dysplasia. His x-rays were beautiful and perfect! Problem is that he has trouble getting up after a long day of fun or just a short spurt of energy in the yard. He guards...
by Brian Loewer 5 years ago
Is spanking a misbehaving child morally wrong?Wether you spank your children or not, do you think it's ok if a parents chooses to swat their kids on the bum as a form of discipline?
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