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kartoffsun

Terrible moment. Not that I know much about life, but I hear self-awareness is important if you'd like to change something; so you're on the right track.

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gyugyujol

nah i couldnt wait to finally flood the shit i heard from my dad on kids and actually i get it now why he said it, so my task is to put in a way that they can digest it earlier then i did, i will call it improvement, even if its just a slight one. if it doesnt work the ofcourse comes the slapping

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ri3oz

I work with kids and sometimes they need to just listen to you and not discuss or ask why especially if it's a high tension situation. You should then reward that by explaining why you said what you said later and give them an opportunity to explain themselves. At least that's what I think.

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parzval30

My father had terrible temper. He doesn't physically abuse but he gets angry easily. Always. Like his patience is so thin. And I'm afraid I'm becoming like him. But everytime I explodes in anger, I would remember him and I will tell myself to calm down.

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yadadaaaaah

nah ive said that since i was a kid. Im just an asshole that always tried to push people to bend to my will.

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xxxtv

Did the kid say the same thing "that's not a real reason" like we did?

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masterjulezm

More interested in the pulled focus while zooming shot and wondering why it’s not at all smooth in this particular example

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cypherpunks

so far I've been going 10y without saying that, so I guess I'm fine.

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wanker8

Most people follow their parents footsteps. If you wanna break the cycle its hard, but doable

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djeepert

I had the Same the first time I hit my child

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