The student becomes the master
By Anonymous - 28/04/2020 17:00
By Anonymous - 28/04/2020 17:00
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IDK about you, but when I got my internet, my ISP provided a modem, and on that modem was a username and password. Odds are that the parent didn't know that they should have changed it and didn't...and the kids were smart enough to do so and did. I know when I was younger, I was the one setting up everything internet related even though I wasn't paying the bills. One sure fire way to cut them off would be to get in contact with the ISP and tell them you lost access to your password and ask for a reset, or factory reset it yourself if you knew how to. Then put it in a location they don't have access to and change the password. And if they live in your house, they abide by your rules. If you say no internet, no internet. If they don't listen, take their stuff away. Nothing is theirs. It's all yours! Everything in that house is theirs, even their clothes. They don't wanna listen, there's the door, but they can leave all of your stuff behind except what you decide they get to keep. And you can best believe, electronics won't make the list of things they get to keep.
Yeah, no. Legally, all of the kids stuff is theirs. All of it, even if you bought it for them. You might have bought it but you gave it to them. You are also legally obligated to take care of your damn kids until they reach the age of majority. You can't make these sorts of threats, if the kid is smart (as these kids are) they can have legal consequences. I'm sorry if your parents did this to you, but they were not following the law and were also terrible people.
Your an idiot if your kids know the password. None of my kids know the WiFi password in my house. They can try to guess it, but they will never figure it out unless they know the name of my friend when I was 4 and the name of my second jobs manager and what my licker combo was in 6th grade, and how it’s phrased
Growing up, my brother and I knew the WiFi password. My dad, the tech savvy parent, worked out of state during the week, so if anything went wrong, it was up to me or my brother to fix it. That being said, when we would get in trouble, we’d just have our electronics taken away. It eliminates the possibility of OP’s situation and makes sure they can’t even use data to continue using them. So no, OP isn’t stupid for letting their kids know the password. Changing the password is just the wrong punishment to use.
That's when you contact your provider to have it changed, and refuse to give them the actual password. By breaking down and begging your child for the password when you desperately needed it for work, instead of calmly and rationally having it changed and then punishing your child for threatening your job, you've let them know they've won. It's just going to get harder from here.
They don't own anything. Everything under their parents' roof belongs to the parent(s). They don't deserve that dollar. They wanna be disrespectful, they can start working and buying their own stuff and paying rent and paying her/him for the meals (s)he cooks and the stuff (s)he does. Ungrateful little swines.
Just factory reset the router. And take away all of their electronics. Punks!
No take away their charging cords.