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#12 - S. King also writes for a completely different demographic. 9… 3 hours ago on yes +2
#23 - Well he wasnt necessarily negligent, he just had very little p…  [+] (1 new reply) 4 hours ago on Spencer 0
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#27 - anametoremember (3 hours ago) [-]
well, don't be mistaken, i know sometimes the word "negligent" has an overly negative connotation. but it doesn't mean he's hitler 2.0, it's just that he failed to take proper care of some issues that clearly matter(ed) to you, and that's bad ofc. a parent must be understanding and communicate with their kids; not because they are kids means that they have nothing to say, or that it doesn't matter. ofc they are immature, but they act and think form their perspective, and their perspective is all they know, so it's ALWAYS important. and for real, a kid NEEDS to learn from others, to leave them to their own devices is pretty foolish. learning is a social process, and no one needs others as much as a child. so the whole "handling problems for yourself" that you say is a no no.

in the end, it doesn't mean we should lock him up and publicly shame him, it isn't about forever tagging him as NEGLIGENT PARENT. but it's good to be critical about these situations so he knows where he can get better. though i reckon being critical can be a easier when you are not the one affected, such as myself in this situation.
#12 - > comment detailing the finer intricacies of developmental… 8 hours ago on Spencer +3
#27 - He's probably just got a very nonchalant view on sex in genera… 8 hours ago on Shadman: The Origin +1
#10 - I vehemently disagree. Leave a kid alone to his own vices wit…  [+] (6 new replies) 9 hours ago on Spencer +3
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#21 - anametoremember (4 hours ago) [-]
but at that point, we're not talking about the violent content itself, but about parenting...which is a great point, because i think not many fathers . you explicitly describe your father as negligent, and that he suffers (suffered?) from anger management issues. sadly, this style of parenting can be a little more common that we'd want it to, so i feel for you.

in my case, my father always enjoyed this kinda things with me. he showed me all sort of classics: alien franchise (including some comics he had), friday the 13th, nightmare in elm street, predator, the wall film (which fucked me up, and i loved every bit of it even without understanding it); he bought me mortal kombat 3 and final fight 2 for the super nintendo, and then games like silent hill, resident evil and dino crisis for the psx , so i also grew up playing violent games. and i LOVED it. thanks to that, i utterly love films and videogames on a deep level, and actually gained a general love for art (weirdly enough, music is my fav, even though my dad didn't focus much in showing me that. shit happens).

so, in the end, i think it's nor fair at all to restrict and censor media and ART (it's a sin to me) because some parents are not taught or can't handle parenting in a responsible way. i mean, a parent that neglects his son and treats him with anger in a constant basis it's gonna cause damage, regardless of the intervention of violent films. and if i can get analytical with you, it sounds that it's the treatment your father is what fueled your anxiety and phobia, watching a violent film only triggered some of your sensitivities in an instant. but that's the thing, psychological traits are NOT developed from one moment to another, it takes a constant effort.
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#23 - lolollo (4 hours ago) [-]
Well he wasnt necessarily negligent, he just had very little patience for anything which might "require his attention" outside of work. He was definitely an advocate for handeling problems yourself. It would get a bit weird, because hed yell at you for telling him about a problem you had, but then would get offended if he discovered a problem you were in the middle of solving yourself. Hes definitely gotten better about it, given the fact that ive grown capable of pointing it out to him. It did cause issue back in developmental years, though.
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#27 - anametoremember (3 hours ago) [-]
well, don't be mistaken, i know sometimes the word "negligent" has an overly negative connotation. but it doesn't mean he's hitler 2.0, it's just that he failed to take proper care of some issues that clearly matter(ed) to you, and that's bad ofc. a parent must be understanding and communicate with their kids; not because they are kids means that they have nothing to say, or that it doesn't matter. ofc they are immature, but they act and think form their perspective, and their perspective is all they know, so it's ALWAYS important. and for real, a kid NEEDS to learn from others, to leave them to their own devices is pretty foolish. learning is a social process, and no one needs others as much as a child. so the whole "handling problems for yourself" that you say is a no no.

in the end, it doesn't mean we should lock him up and publicly shame him, it isn't about forever tagging him as NEGLIGENT PARENT. but it's good to be critical about these situations so he knows where he can get better. though i reckon being critical can be a easier when you are not the one affected, such as myself in this situation.
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#22 - anametoremember (4 hours ago) [-]
messed up. just don't mind the "because i think not many fathers".
#11 - skebaba (8 hours ago) [-]
Except I don't have any problems. You must be really weak to think anything in movies is real.
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#12 - lolollo (8 hours ago) [-]
> comment detailing the finer intricacies of developmental psychology and coping strategies
> "lol ur jus week!"

If all you wanted was a hugbox for you to be able to echo your ignorant opinions, you couldve said so in your original comment. You know...so I know not to waste both our time trying to give you some insight you clearly lack.
#3 - Oh my sweet summer child... 06/29/2016 on Dumb people +2
#93 - Ive always hated when authors do that ****. 90% of the book w… 06/28/2016 on facts 0
#225 - Considering how riddled with nepotism Ivy League schools are, … 06/28/2016 on winners 0
#17 - Ok, so whats gonna happen is theyll actively fire more people,… 06/28/2016 on Bernie Sanders Wins 0
#15 - So what youre saying is theyre gonna make the work that much m…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Bernie Sanders Wins 0
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#16 - heartlessrobot (06/28/2016) [-]
They already hire 30-60 people a week, and about the same number leave or get fired every week.
Thing is, they'll hire just about anyone. So they'll always have employees, it's just that the numbers fluctuate.
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#17 - lolollo (06/28/2016) [-]
Ok, so whats gonna happen is theyll actively fire more people, adding to the number that passively leave, and still only hire the same number of people.

Theyll be actively hemorrhaging enployees.