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it's probably the parents fault. 
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Originally posted by nekamarie83 nekamarie83 wrote:

Originally posted by carolina cutie carolina cutie wrote:

It can be the parent facilitating an environment that encourages bad behavior, the child may have a mental disorder causing him to act out and/or a combination of both. ODD is an example.
This, but (in my experience) it's SO rarely the latter.

More often than not, sh!tty parenting produces problem children.


This.

I don't have kids because I understood the responsibilies of parenthood ... at an early age (a big reader). So I knew it would be a big commitment but some folks just 'have kids' and let the chips fall where they may. So then you might have a monster on your hands.

But yes, the parents more than likely did not do somethng right for the child etc. For example - every child is unique so if you try to disipline them all the same .. problems.

If he is that bad now ... give him 10 more years. :(

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i dont understand how you cant manage your 6/7 year old.... Most kids at that age want adult approval.... most of the time its the parents fault.... kids are taught most behaviors.... where is his mother at ...his daddy betta get control of that lil boy cause the police will love to in the future 



reminds me of a 5th grader where I work.... he beat up his pregnant teacher and the parent was upset about his suspension and stated he shouldnt be punished because he was POOR....
aint sh*t parents i cant
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If this is your brothers child, does he live with him what does the mother say? Are they both lax in the discipline dept. Are they married, were they raised by lax or strict parents?
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Originally posted by LovesHim LovesHim wrote:

the parent was upset about his suspension and stated he shouldnt be punished because he was POOR....
What the entire fück?
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I don't know.
 
I have a longtime friend (friends since elementary school) that has 3 boys.
 
The oldest boy has always been a monster.
Her & her husband are confused about where they went wrong with him.
 
He's better when Dad is right there, but when my friend has him solo..spankings, time-outs, taking things away, talking.. nothing seems to correct his behavior. AND SHE IS A G.
 
He laughs at punishment.
 
He's 9 and I see juvenile detention in his near future.
 
She knows not to bring him to my house. LOL
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In order to dicipline the child .. your friend needs to discover what the child REALLY likes - and then control his access to THAT thing.

That's why 'nothing' seems to work and he just laughs at spankings.

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Parents fault.....
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Originally posted by tatee tatee wrote:

it's probably the parents fault. 


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ITA... My son can be extra...

However, if I keep him busy in sports, books, extra, extra homework etc… he’s fine.
He loves to test the limits at 4 ½ --- this I can understand. I like to discipline with love and a little talk.
I truly believe that most children behaviors stems from a person/people in their environment (PIE---one of my old social work terms). Most good children outgrow “bad” behavior…
I'm a seasoned parent--- so I look at thinks a little different/ like see below:


Sometimes “bad behaviors can be teachable moments”
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Originally posted by Printer_Ink Printer_Ink wrote:

In order to dicipline the child .. your friend needs to discover what the child REALLY likes - and then control his access to THAT thing.

That's why 'nothing' seems to work and he just laughs at spankings.




... ITA with the above
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