• What to do if your parents took your bong as an adult?

    Best answer: The problem is when you live with your parents, even as an adult you have to live there by their rules otherwise they can and will do stupid stuff like take your bong. The problem with doing something like dumping their wine is that you are only escalating the problem and unless your parents are pansies they will... show more
    Best answer: The problem is when you live with your parents, even as an adult you have to live there by their rules otherwise they can and will do stupid stuff like take your bong. The problem with doing something like dumping their wine is that you are only escalating the problem and unless your parents are pansies they will just figure out something else to do to make your life miserable to punish you for that and you still won't get the bong back. You really should be looking to move out. There's a lot of websites online that can help you find a cheap room to rent somewhere if you can't afford a whole apartment.
    25 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do women believe that a grown child owes her something for raising him/her? Also, why do women think it's an achievement to give birth?

    Best answer: Giving birth is not an achievement.
    Best answer: Giving birth is not an achievement.
    10 answers · 19 hours ago
  • My uncle used a belt on his kids when they were growing up some 15 years ago. Is this child abuse?

    Best answer: By today's standards, it would very likely be considered abuse in most areas. Usually, you are only allowed to "spank" your child with an open hand... meaning just a swat on the butt when they act up. To me, there's really no point in hitting them with a belt or other object. Swatting them on the... show more
    Best answer: By today's standards, it would very likely be considered abuse in most areas. Usually, you are only allowed to "spank" your child with an open hand... meaning just a swat on the butt when they act up. To me, there's really no point in hitting them with a belt or other object. Swatting them on the butt if they really misbehave or won't listen, sure. But a belt? No. There ARE other, more effective ways to raise your children, teach them right from wrong and discipline them when they don't obey. A lot of times, massively unruly children are the result of poor parenting. The kids often haven't been taught how to properly behave and/or are spoiled brats who think they can do as they please. If that's the case, it isn't your place to discipline the kid(s), but you can tell the parent(s) they aren't allowed in your home if they can't behave.
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do my parents drink too much?

    Best answer: it sounds like theyre drinking too much, they need to go to al anon or rehab, call the cps if theyre yelling at you
    Best answer: it sounds like theyre drinking too much, they need to go to al anon or rehab, call the cps if theyre yelling at you
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • My dad keeps passing out in my bed?

    So my dad passed out drunk in my bed again. It happens at least once a week and isn't really a big deal usually but this time he kept throwing up on my bed and all over the floor. I've tried scrubbing the carpet and I washed my bra and the clothes I had down there but my room still smells really bad. The... show more
    So my dad passed out drunk in my bed again. It happens at least once a week and isn't really a big deal usually but this time he kept throwing up on my bed and all over the floor. I've tried scrubbing the carpet and I washed my bra and the clothes I had down there but my room still smells really bad. The worst part is that my mattress is totally soaked through to the other side with red wine vomit. Can I clean it myself or will I have to take it somewhere and get it cleaned professionally? I'm only 15 and don't have access to a vehicle so hopefully I can find a good way to clean it at home. My dad's completely useless so it's pointless asking him for help. My mom died almost seven months ago from really bad liver and kidney failure. My little brother lives with my aunt. How can I stop him from doing this again? I don't have a lock on my door and he drinks a lot everyday so he'll definitely pass out in my room again. I thought about buying a plastic bed liner but I'm afraid that he'll just take it off before he passes out. Thanks. :)
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is Megham Markle the living proof that only your biological age matter in terms of trying to conceive & not how old you are in your passport?

    People forget she’s over 37 years of age on her passport when they see her in person or in pictures on the news. She looks very young, she’s pretty, she’s fit. Her biological age speaks louder than her age in her passport. If a woman is 47 but have the biological age of a 25 year old, with the same health and... show more
    People forget she’s over 37 years of age on her passport when they see her in person or in pictures on the news. She looks very young, she’s pretty, she’s fit. Her biological age speaks louder than her age in her passport. If a woman is 47 but have the biological age of a 25 year old, with the same health and energy, then it shouldn’t be seen as wrong to have a child if she wants to.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do you have a vegetarian child or children?

    Best answer: Yes, my three children started off vegetarian from birth and now two of them have chose to become vegan.
    Best answer: Yes, my three children started off vegetarian from birth and now two of them have chose to become vegan.
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is there anything more scary than a feminist mother bringing up a son?

    That poor boy. The amount of abuse he would endure.
    That poor boy. The amount of abuse he would endure.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is it weird to wear gloves when taking care of my son with the flu wearing gloves?

    My 8 year old son has the flu, but I don’t want to get sick when I take care of him, so I was thinking of wearing gloves, but I don’t want to scare him.
    My 8 year old son has the flu, but I don’t want to get sick when I take care of him, so I was thinking of wearing gloves, but I don’t want to scare him.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do parents hug their little children who are only like 3 or 4?

    Isn’t that a bit young for hugs? You might crush them. And how do you hug them anyway when they’re so short - don’t you have to bend down?
    Isn’t that a bit young for hugs? You might crush them. And how do you hug them anyway when they’re so short - don’t you have to bend down?
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • My teenage son is obsessed with glue?

    It s totally bizarre. He spends almost every dime I give him on glue and various solvents such as denatured alcohol, acetone, etc. Not Elmer s glue, but stuff like rubber cement and other adhesives. We get a new package from Amazon what seems like every other day. When he was younger he used them for various... show more
    It s totally bizarre. He spends almost every dime I give him on glue and various solvents such as denatured alcohol, acetone, etc. Not Elmer s glue, but stuff like rubber cement and other adhesives. We get a new package from Amazon what seems like every other day. When he was younger he used them for various arts and craft projects like model building, but now he just lets them sit around his room gathering dust. What s the point of buying them if he s not going to use them? Is he waiting for me to encourage him to start a new art project or something? I tried asking him about it directly but he s been very detached and non-verbal with my husband and I recently. Should I be concerned?
    5 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Would you discipline your kid if he or she called one of their peers a loser for no reason?

    I've heard kids on TV call other children losers and I've especially noticed this with teenagers. As for the question well I don't even have any children but when I do have them if they ever call another child a loser then yes I will discipline them for it unless they have a good reason for doing it.... show more
    I've heard kids on TV call other children losers and I've especially noticed this with teenagers. As for the question well I don't even have any children but when I do have them if they ever call another child a loser then yes I will discipline them for it unless they have a good reason for doing it. For example if the kid was calling one of their friends a loser and my child told them something like " You're the one whose a loser" then no I wouldn't discipline them for that. However if they're calling this child a loser because they want to make the other kid feel bad about themselves or hurt their feelings then yes I would discipline them for it. So would you discipline your kids for doing something like this?
    7 answers · 4 days ago