I Doubt It #107 – “Facebook Unfriending, Curt Schilling and Ashley Judd Twitter Trolling, “Sharenting”, Ryan Bell Joins Us To Discuss Presbyterians Changing the Rules!”

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  1. Regarding the sharing of information on the particular syndrome and dealing with that as a parent: Until you have children you will NEVER get what is happening… you may say “Oh I get it… I am going to be different when I am a parent” I thought the same thing before I had a child of my own and have made too many public apologies for my words of “wisdom” in the past.

    Also…I’m sorry but you do OWN your children… they ARE your property AND responsibility until such time as they ARE their own person. If a child is their own person from the moment of birth, then there is no reason to teach them or show them any form of living in this world. I respectfully agree with about 1% of your opinions and I also know that when you are parents yourself, things will look dramatically different.

    As far as “She does not have this syndrome, her child does” Is a very erroneous statement. She DOES have this syndrome, her child has no idea anything is wrong with him yet, therefore she HAS to be his advocate and BE the syndrome on behalf of her child. She is the one who has to deal with it on his behalf until he understands how to manage it himself… Just my 2 cents on the subject.

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