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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    I would say the same about my 11 year old. I think my parenting style needs a huge overhaul. Cause I would never DREAM of being as disrespectful as he is. I would have got a hiding!
    Sunnyflower, I just wanted tp let you know at 11 my younger brother was awful. It's possibly one of the only times I've disliked him. He is now 16 and is back to being lovely and respectful with only the occasional run of attitude towards my mum. I hope things work out for you. You are not a bad mum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    Actually who am I kidding. I hate parenthood. I can't wait for it to be over...

    I have poured so much time, attention, love, affection, money , sacrificed my whole life

    And he's actually an aresehole. There I said it..rude, disrespectful, ungrateful, just a pig of a child.

    And who's fault is it? Mine...I'm a crap parent.

    I can't wait till its over and my life is mine again....there I said it..now flame me.
    Oh I TOTALLY understand where you're coming from! I feel the same way sometimes, I have started looking into outside help after he got himself suspended from school..

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    I find it easier now that DS is a little older, The baby years were tough mainly because I was constantly sleep deprived and DS was impossible to get to sleep, and is a very clingy mumma's boy .
    I also had to look after my stepchildren as well so it was a very busy, stressy time.

    Its easier when they are old enogh reason with them.
    My DS is pretty well behaved at 4yo though.


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