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    Default I know I shouldn't judge (Super Nanny)....

    But OMG these parents on tonight are THE worst I've seen yet!

    Talk about LAZY parents! I feel so sad for those children

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    Judge away, I say! People are asking for it by volunteering themselves for those shows in my opinion.

    Ive only ever watched a couple of episodes and found they made me feel sad. There was one where they filmed the little girl in her room when she played with her dolls and all she ever said was stuff about how she was naughty and no good etc because thats all her mum ever told her.

    I cried.

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    Haha I was going to post a similar post but was scared haha.

    OMG!!! Just cleaning up the house did wonders for the kids! And the dad thinking he is in no way responsible for the way the son treated the mum!!!

    And don't get me started on their car safety.

    I don't usually watch it, but wow!

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    Yeah I agree I can't watch that show sometimes those poor kids.

    Though I also dislike how jo frost has the naughty chair and how.she disciplines themand I wonder about the children if they have any sn's (eg autism adhd odd) and I wonder if the parents check that out first and would Jo frost say anything if she suspected anything or would she just discipline the child her way.
    Weird things I wonder when I watch the show.

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    The common denominator on these shows is always clueless parents!

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    Darn I missed it... I watch on and off, sometimes I think oh that's a good idea (crafts and stickers) but mostly I disagree with the harsh tactics expeccially on older kids, I have no experience tho.
    I also agree some if those parents are clueless and a bit of common sense would go a long way!!

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    I watched a bit and felt sad. I know 2 kids can be hard work and 4 would be very hard but I just felt that that little boy needed a hug ..... They are so young and withholding love for only the times your good is not good. I believe in picking out the positives and making a big deal of it.... Creating pride in them.it must be tough , just felt that house needed a good scrub and kids needed time and hugs and not having to listen to abusive verbal language .


 

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