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By  _parth  |  20

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  iSativa  |  24

As clever as this was, she'll regret it later. However building trust between mother and child is important. Parenting done right with benefit only to the parent.

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  buttcramp  |  21

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  MrsDruidess  |  23

what a horrible parent!!!! I hope the cuddles were worth it! You might have done real damage to him, I hope IF it manifests, it makes your life as horrible as his. . . he could be afraid if all kinds of things now, you suck OP!!

By  Moochi456  |  20

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  kryxen  |  14

Yeah I plan on getting my three yr old daughter a foam sword and when she thinks there are monsters in the closet or under the bed, having her attack them.

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  gear4  |  29

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By  Rehak27  |  3

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I hated cuddling when I was little. Even candy would not convince me. I would only occasionally give a hug because I felt guilty when my mom made a sad face when I said no. Maybe OP's kid is the same way but won't even do it out of guilt! (Can kids that young feel guilt?)

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Honestly, along the lines of scarring children, I immediately thought of scary movie 3 when Brenda died. "Do you know your teacher, Ms. Brenda?" "Yeah?" "SHE'S DEAD! SHE'S NEVER COMING BACK! SHE PROBABLY DIED A SLOW PAINFUL DEATH." Wanna cuddle?

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