Woman Makes Her Daughter Give Her Most Wanted Birthday Gift To The Person She Stole From As A Lesson, Seeks Online Advice
There are instances when certain children display entitlement, leaving you wondering why. No matter what they receive—clothes, shoes, toys, or technology—they always crave more and fail to grasp the concept of delayed gratification. When you deny a request from your child, they may react negatively or exhibit a poor attitude, which can be deeply distressing. You find yourself thinking about what went wrong.
It's important to recognize that you have the power to break this pattern if you observe your child becoming increasingly spoiled and failing to appreciate the things you provide or do for them. The original poster (OP) discovered a method to address her daughter's sense of entitlement but wanted another perspective. The OP's daughter has been persistently asking for a Nintendo Switch. However, due to her poor grades and overall negative demeanor, they decided against getting one for her. In an unfortunate turn of events, the daughter resorted to unacceptable behavior by taking her cousin's Game Boy without permission and deceitfully denying having it. Scroll down for more details!
So the question is:
Due to OP's daughter's poor academic performance and bad attitude, she didn't get the gift she had been begging for.
Background of the story:
Oh no, things started to go wrong from here.
OP was disappointed about her daughter's attitude after being caught.
OP had an idea but her friend disapproved of it. She really wanted to hear from other Redditors.
OP made an update regarding the concern raised in the comment section.
Another update to give us more context.
And the comments roll in...
Redditors are worried about OP's daughter given how she behaved and handled the situation.
Some think OP's daughter needs to suffer the consequences.
It's still her birthday and she's still pretty young.
Apparently, everyone believes that OP was NTA, but they also express their concern over how this situation is handled.
Yes, that's exactly what we want to say.
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