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Annoying parents

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Parents annoy their children in a million plus howcantheyevencomeupwithmore ways. And it's not just what they do, but what they say as well.

Therapist Shares Toxic Things Parents Do That She Thinks Damage Children

"I get so many comments from people when I talk about adult kids and their parents saying, you know, parents are people too and we need to have empathy for parents."

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30 Incredibly Annoying Parents Caught Showing Their True Ugly Colors

The subreddit 'Choosing Beggars' has over 2.4 million members posting examples of people being way too picky when asking for things. And a popular group among these scrooges who routinely go viral within the community is parents.

Not Saying Anything Is Sometimes Worse Though

Arguing with parents is the only battle you can never win. Every time it seems you’re just a step away from winning, there’s a bonus card being thrown your way. “You’re still a kid” works even if you’re already a parent yourself.

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Serving compliments with sarcasm destroys the sweetness. Intentional Parents separate encouragement from critique. For example, "I was so pleased with the effort you put into cleaning your room." No need to mention "It was about time!" or, that you'd like to see it happen more often. They know that already. Repeating that correction will likely only annoy them & defeat your goal.
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Co-parents, we know how great it is to have our children walk through the door after being at their other parent's house, no matter how long it has been but does that excitement flow into celebrating our children's experiences while they were at their other home or do we find ourselves getting annoyed at the mention of our ex-spouse? Supporting the relationship that our child has with our ex-spouse will allow them to have a deep and meaningful bond without fear of disappointing us.
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