How do you deal with ridiculous parents?
You go out and get drunk!
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Narcisstic Parent . This answer is based on the description that Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) being a pattern of self-centered or egotistical behavior that shows… up in thinking and behavior in a lot of different situations and activities. \nThe damage that narcissistic people can cause is both to others and themselves. They are capable of neglecting,hurting,exploiting and abusing others who live with them, or work with them or in a relation with them.\nThe extent of damage will vary according to how signficant the person is (emotional dependence), financially influential on the person (tangible manipulation) and authority/legal (boss, father/mother, landlord..etc). The age of the daugher/son will also contribute to the extent of damage\n. \nBy analogy to ABCs of life support and CPR, the following are the ABCs for the wellbeing of the psyche:\n. \nAutonomy: Disentagle: become financially independent, develop cirles of warm friendship: make the mental effort of not feeling sorry for the parent, and getting entangled in a guilt trip\n. \nBreathe: find or create the space: time slots where you are not available except to yourself, an area in the house to which you resort to read, or just sit there.\n. \nConservative interaction:Stay safe: protect yourself: make the mental effort of saying NO BEFORE the boundaries have been crossed, BEFORE you find yourself giving too much and receiving nothing or little. If you are not sure if the boundaries are being crossed, it is likely they are. \n. \n. \nIf you feel the damage that you have sustained requires assistance, get self help, write your insights, read Paulo Coelho and be good to yourself in every possible way. If you are a woman, read Women who run with the wolves: it is cathartic.\n. \nIf you wish to help them, you first must be very resilient. That is a skill one needs to practice in addition to being always focused on one's wellbeing. There are many resources for resilience training. In short it is about acquiring the ability to bounce back after being hurt. It requires flexibility, letting go of grudges, practising realistic self worth activities (eg. excelling in activity, catching up on an educational activity that was left behind, drawing...etc)
When they are not drinking ( because they might attempt to harm you ) ask them politely to stop. Any normal parent would say yes. Now if you see them drinking still, tak…e away the alcohol. If you see them going away a lot, it's time for desperate measures, Take your car and leave it somewhere where your parent cannot find it, then wait a year, now finally, your parent should have stopped drinking. PS: Only use on the parent that doesn't have a job.
If u feel like ur to close to ur step child ignore people who call u a step parent or adpot them so ur actually a parent.
If your parents divorce, you'll still get to see them both just at different times away from each other.
well...just remember that because you're parents are being overprotective it's because they love you and want too protect you and definatley do not want too lose you. its comp…letey normal having overprotective parents..i mean mine and extremeley overprotective but i sort of like that they are because i know they love me. though, at times it could be extremely annoying try to talk it out? trust me it helps . what are you people. everyone hates overprotective parents. it's not cuz they love you. it's cuz they love the feeling of power over another human being. what you do is talk it out like the one above me says. but give it some hard core reasons. [lie a bit if you have to] if you keep asking about it, they'll let you do what you want to do eventually. [make sure you start asking them a few days in advance.] (i hate it when people like the people above me give stupid reasons. WE'RE LOOKIN FOR answers!! not opinions or suggestions that are pointless and a waste of time!!! geeze!.)
Deserving or inspiring ridicule; absurd, preposterous,
Umm i would say to just tell your parents too not be so ebarrasing and watever they are doing to embarass you tell them to stop , if they are true kind parents they will under…stand
Whatever they did, unless it was REALLY wrong, just let it go. If you let the small things slide you'll be less stressed about it.
Speak to them and be nice you never know what they could say . You need to let them know that you are mature and responsible, so that they will let you have a bit of slack. Y…ou can show them this by keeping up with your schoolwork and whatever chores you have, by showing good judgment and not using drugs or alcohol (or having other unhealthy habits like going to internet porn or gambling websites), by showing maturity in not having unsafe sex, and by communicating in a mature way instead of screaming and having tantrums. One good way to communicate is by using what is called "I Messages" where you start your sentence with the word "I" and state how you FEEL instead of saying "You always ___" or "You are so ___." When other people hear you describing how you feel, they are more likely to listen to you and pay attention to what you say; when you start a sentence with "You" they are going to feel defensive and start arguing with you. Once you have shown your parents how mature you can act, then speak to them politely and ask why they feel they must control whatever is bothering you. Ask them "How can we decide on some more grown-up rules about this?" - asking them to help you decide on rules is an excellent way to start a mature discussion, and they will be more likely to bend a bit if you speak in this way. Compromise - tell them you will follow the other rules if they will let up a bit on one certain rule - or negotiate for what you want by agreeing to help out more with some chores or extra work if they will agree to what you want. Parents actually want you to grow up and learn how to make good decisions! Keep this fact in mind when you speak to them - sometimes you need to remind them that you are ready to make good decisions, but they do want you to be successful.
Put up with them until you are on your own. You do not have to accept their views or take them for your own. You probably do have to keep your opinions to yourself as long as …you are under their roof. You are not likely to change their opinions.
I am so sorry for your loss. I know how hard it is to deal with this. My dad died on October 16, 2010. I was 11. Let your feelings out and give yourself specific times to grie…ve. If a parent dies suddenly like my dad, then you will be in shock and a state of numbness. When the shock wears off, it will be harder for you to deal with this loss. I recommend joining a grief support group because just being around people who share your situation and have lost someone they have loved, well, it's not good because they have lost someone, but it's not really a bad thing. It will help you if you know that you are not alone.
You can't simply forget about about your parents, but the first you should do is be happy. Your parents wouldn't want you to be upset all the time because they moved on. They'…d want what's best for you. What I do is I imagine they're in a better place where they don't have to worry about problems anymore. I always imagine them sad when I'm sad and happy when I'm happy. I have this amazing friend that seemed to get my mind off of my parents for a while. He's still with me and he always seems to make me feel better with jokes. All I'm really saying is all you need is a friend. I thank god everyday that he brought me one.
hey this is a boy but I'm not gay at all to deal with our parents just act natural but don't be rude remember these are their parents
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1) recognize that you absolutely CANNOT win 2) build a strong sense of self, build yourself.. physically (weight train or take up martial arts) and mentally, this is not inc…ase you get into a fight but just to toughen you up so you do not get sucked into their abusive patterns and so you can stand your ground... even sociopaths do not pick sh!t with strong people for no reason, they will take advantage of you if you are WEAK 3)let ur friends know, and have a supporting group of people 4) this should be #1 actually, GET THE F*CK AWAY and LIVE YOUR HAPPY LIFE this comes from 19 years of experience with a sociopath father
I would respond to that with.... There are alot of different beliefs in this world we live in. You don't have to like them all, but you should respect outher peoples preferenc…es. Thats what makes them happy. Its not bibically acceptable, but explain to him/her that they can always come to you, and be open with them. Labeling people would only hurt outher people, and degrade their intelligence. It dosen't make them bad people. Its just who they choose to be with.
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