Dad Gives 10-Year-Old Daughter a Very Public Lesson in Acting Her Age

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  1. jkcerda macrumors 6502

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    https://www.yahoo.com/parenting/dad...ter-a-very-public-lesson-in-101261723257.html

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    glad to see parents involved.
     
  2. Symtex macrumors 6502a

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    "Daddy, I am going to write a book when I grow up"....

    I am sure the parent had good intention but it this is really the most appropriate way to discipline their child by shaming them on the web ?
     
  3. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    play stupid games on the web then get exposed on the web. 10 years old dating?
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    hope her & her friends wake up before they make a serious mistake.

    I have to admit I am jealous, I'm 43 and I never made it past 5'6"
     
  4. Meister Suspended

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    It's always amazing what trivial nonesense make the news these days.
    Everybody thinks they have to have an opinion on everybody elses private life.
    Thats why I don't use 'social media'.
     
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    It's called Kharma.

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  6. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    [​IMG]a forum is social media[​IMG]
     
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    You are right. But forums are anonymous and I even use vpn to mask my ip. I'd never share my real life like these kids do.
     
  8. rdowns macrumors Penryn

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    Shaming your child online is not good parenting.
     
  9. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    actions have consequences, this is a good way of sending perverts notice that she is only TEN years old & not 18 as she pretended to be. good lesson for other kids as well.
     
  10. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    And shaming you child publicly comes with its own set of consequences.

    Hope the father is ready for them.
     
  11. bradl macrumors 68040

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    To the other boys, yes. But it does invite a sense of peer pressure/ridicule from friends/other people at school.

    Think about it: when everyone in her class or the year before her starts to make fun at her with these pictures, tweet them all around, print them out and post them at her locker or all around school, that could send her into a serious state of depression.. perhaps even as far as suicide, or worse; yet another school shooting.

    The parents' punishment in this could be the catalyst.

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  12. rdowns macrumors Penryn

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    Yes, his actions here will have consequences.

    Why are these guys perverts if they thought she was 18?

    Great lesson. Don't let your dad find out about your social media accounts or he'll shame you online. :rolleyes:
     
  13. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    his kid/his problem, the dad is dealing with it as he best sees fit. so have plenty of others.

    only he (the dad) knows what is the best way of dealing with his daughter. kids don't come with instructions, its good IMHO that she learns that playing stupid games earns her stupid prizes before life teaches that lesson to her.
    she could end up at the hands of someone like this
    http://ktla.com/2014/10/25/texas-se...ing-toddler-and-teen-infecting-them-with-hiv/
    14 HIV+ & pregnant.
     
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    This country has become way too weak. Bullying my arse.

    When I was a kid in school we had fights in the playground every day and no kid went crying about being bullied.They stood up and learned.

    This is a life lesson for that kid and social media has gotten way,way out of hand.

    A 10 year old kid should NOT have a bunch of online profiles. Period.
     
  15. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    Parents make bad decisions all the time.

    Pointing out that lots of parents make bad decisions is not a good argument for your side.
     
  16. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    1. yeah, like a daughter who listens & acts her age.

    2. they know NOW thanks to the dad. w/o the online exposure she could create yet another account & meet a sex offender like the one listed.

    3. depends on the dad & depends on what they were doing online.
     
  17. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    Sounds like a generational thing.

    In my day ...
     
  18. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I don't care about them being on social media, what matters is what they DO while being online. most of today's ids are on FB/Instagram/tweeting blah, blah, blah. its fine as long as they are responsible.
     
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    Some things transcend "generations".
     
  20. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    Certainly not online profiles.
     
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    The problem now is that thanks to her dad, she is now open to instant and complete ridicule and bullying by her peers; which may cause her to act out even more than what she already has. His 'punishment' may do more harm than good.

    His short term bandaid solution to the problem he sees (the older boys dating her/secret accounts on social media networks) does nothing to deal with the longterm issue (why she is doing this), as something that she is missing in her life now, she is seeking in others.

    BL.
     
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    Of course not. I would have sent assassin to wipe of the boyfriend's family friends and associates, their homes razed and salted, and banners erect on the land as a reminder of the infamy of the heinous offender.:eek::p:D

    Okay, that might be going overboard, but a visit to the "boyfriend" is in order. His parents need to be aware of what he's doing. If they condone his actions--send the assassins...:p
     
  23. Symtex macrumors 6502a

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    I think its the job of the parents to supervise anything they do online. To educate them on the do's and don't. That's parenting.

    What the dad is doing here is only adding fuel to a fire. Shaming should never be a form of discipline. This child probably requires to talk to a child psychologist and figure out what is behind this need to act out and seeks older man attention.
     
  24. rdowns macrumors Penryn

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    Just because his daughter made a bad decision doesn't mean the father should.
     
  25. bradl macrumors 68040

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    Exactly. There is a much deeper issue here than just dealing with older boys and social media. What is going on in her head and causing her to do this is the real problem.

    BL.
     

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