Cycle Of Abuse. This is a repost. I am a reposter... If you only had one outfit to wear for your entire life, you'd be abusive too. cycle of abuse repost
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #3 - DoctorDinosaur
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If you only had one outfit to wear for your entire life, you'd be abusive too.
User avatar #8 to #3 - clickythepirate
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Excuse me, but did you not notice the fact that the kid is wearing a t-shirt, and shorts while the man is wearing a button up business shirt and slacks? Even the shoes change. The color remains roughly the same but that's about it
#23 to #8 - hitro
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What if the pants and shirt just grow with him as he grows?
#21 to #8 - clownsrock
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if you look closely it looks like the standing kid and the father are wearing the same pants/shorts it looks like the pants are the kind that have zippers at the knees I had a pair like that
User avatar #12 to #8 - DoctorDinosaur
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I didn't notice that, honestly. Maybe the anger stems from the matching colors that the dads keep making their children wear.
#84 to #3 - eminemisthebest
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I gave you your 100th thumb
I gave you your 100th thumb
User avatar #7 to #3 - williamzanziger
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I did the math, and If you had the same outfit 14 times, you could live the rest of your life in that same outfit without pause or worrying about smelling like ass
#9 - renegadejack
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User avatar #11 to #9 - castellandraco
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love the taste
User avatar #60 to #9 - squidwardsuckseggs
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Is it because of cinnamony swirls in every b....................
#14 - sirbutterballs
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Posted it last time.
#16 - crazan
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**** like this is ridiculous, I hate it when people are saying they beat their kids because their parents beat them. Wouldn't you make sure not to beat your children so they wouldn't go through the same pain you did? I have no sympathy for people like that.
User avatar #33 to #16 - sheepysquirrel
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My dad was beat with like bats and fists and **** by his mom (seriously, like broken bones bad) so the worst he did was spank us. But there were times when I feel he should have whooped my ass with a belt. At a certain age the spanking didn't really hurt anymore so me and my brother got smarter mouths.
#29 to #16 - anon id: ceeca079
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That would be good logic, sure, but that's not always how psychology works.
I don't think this image is really meant to justify the child beating in that sense, it's just a visual metaphor of what happens.
#36 to #16 - anon id: 35fcc8ed
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the beaten child grows and learns that beatings are a norm and amy or may not follow the path given. it happens.
#46 to #16 - anon id: 9936a92d
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I was beat growing up and it hasn't affected how I treat children at all (at least not like this). I will still gently smack them if they're doing something wrong, but I would never purposely hurt them in any other fashion. People using their childhoods as an excuse to treat other people badly are just pathetic.
User avatar #66 to #16 - daentraya
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Severe child abuse can **** up a kids moral and empathy. For example, there were these two siblings who were adopted by a loving family. The little girl was extremely violent towards her little brother. Had she grown up without any help for this, how would you expect her to be anything but violent?
As some has said; you don't know how psychology works. Like, seriously, that little girl could've grown up as a terrible and abusive person, and none of it would be her fault. It wasnt her decision. She deserves both pity and sympathy, together with the regular 'she is a terrible person, and i hate her'
User avatar #75 to #16 - thewilder
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Depends on the kind of person you are I guess. My father's father was a monster and my father grew into one as well. Drinking, mental abuse, physical abuse, drugs, you name it. And my mother's father was also a drinker and agressor and her brother is now having issues with police, because he was choking his wife. Damn my genes are awesome.
#83 to #16 - anon id: cf67bc59
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When people don't learn how to deal with conflict in an acceptable way from their parents, then they're much more likely to resort to the same unacceptable methods. It's easy to take the social skills you've learned from your parents for granted, but some people have almost no social skills when it comes to dealing with conflict.
#20 to #16 - zaggystirdust
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that is true
my dad was hit as a child yet never hit me or my brother

the only thing that affected him was that he wants to spend as much time with us to make sure we have the experience he never had
User avatar #19 to #16 - unusualember
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The problem is you slowly work into it, so slowly that you yourself are hardly even aware of it. The thoughts build, turn to little actions, those turn into bigger actions, and before you know it you just beat your wife up.
User avatar #13 - Pyromie
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Angriest game of musical chairs ever.
User avatar #85 to #13 - Pyromie
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You ** **************, How many times do I have to tell you, NO SITTING DOWN UNTIL THE MUSIC STOPS!
#5 - FatherPedobear
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Little **** should be more careful.
User avatar #2 - rawfulz
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Don't cry over spilt milk.
#72 - klauszen
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I think overprotective child abuse laws are harmful. We are rising unsensitive, whimsical, egomaniac children that will turn in materialistic and self-centered bastards. Sometimes pain -induced by the parents by JUSTIFIED, PROPORTIONAL and EXPLAINED force- can build spirituality and moral streight.
User avatar #74 to #72 - dapape
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Milk must be worth it's weight in gold in your household.
User avatar #78 to #72 - smokeyrp
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The rule is never to hit your child in anger and always explain to them why you disciplined them and comfort them. That's how Dad did it, that's how his parents did it, and it's worked out pretty well so far.
#76 to #72 - romneykun
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The laws don't really stop spanking, or yelling, which is all I got. BUT, you have to take into consideration that there are better ways to discipline a child. A lot of parents are just piss poor **** when it comes to being a parent, and that makes more piss poor children who make piss poor parents when the time comes.
The laws don't really stop spanking, or yelling, which is all I got. BUT, you have to take into consideration that there are better ways to discipline a child. A lot of parents are just piss poor **** when it comes to being a parent, and that makes more piss poor children who make piss poor parents when the time comes.
User avatar #6 - commandershit
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Abuse isn't the same as teaching your child not to be a ******* cunt , little **** probably deserved it and if he didn't , THEN it's abuse.
User avatar #37 to #6 - commandershit
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Oh look i got red thumbs for having an opinion on something some spoilt brats never experienced, WHAT A COINICIDENCE EH?
#18 to #6 - clownsrock
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I agree punishment is nessacary but theres a line that shouldn't be crossed that line is the reason my father is on my "give me a excuse to break your neck" list
#26 - gustaforce
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If Bobby has taught me anything its that this is not true
#65 to #26 - powellrebecca
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