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By me / Saturday 4 August 2012 19:14 / Canada - Debert
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  ImaSnowman  |  17

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  NeatNit  |  17

Actually I was under the impression that it's a dad. It's impossible to tell though, other than 'hunches'. That sounds pretty bad though. The child wouldn't have gotten hurt if the parent (OP) hadn't pushed her wrong/too hard, so scarring her might be exactly what happened. She might never trust OP the same way again. :(

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  RobinKCS  |  17

My parents always started off by balancing me while I rode by holding the back of my seat. Only when I was good with that did they give me a starting push and that was only by pushing against the seat, not me.

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  Psych101  |  28

Luckily for OP, children have a memory span of less than a minute, so she won't forever associate OP with pain! Wait, that's goldfish with the bad memory...

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  Psych101  |  28

Luckily for OP, children have a memory span of less than a minute, so she won't forever associate OP with pain! Wait, that's goldfish with the bad memory...

By  t0xic_  |  17

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83 is probably right. You usually hold the bike for a little while and keep holding it while the kid is biking then without telling you let go and they keep biking without even knowing they did it on their own! That's how I learned, anyway :P But yeah, it was an accident! Not the best way of doing it, but OP sure did not mean to hurt their child!

By  Akumie  |  27

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