Once upon a time, I didn’t think anything could be more painful than childbirth. Then came the “I hate you” stage of parenting. Just three words, but they may be the most painful words in the English language … but coming to you straight out of the trenches, I’ve got news for every mom who has wanted to burst into tears after her kid dropped the “hate” bomb.Congratulations! You are raising a normal American kid!Now who’s the bad mom?
Huh?Instead of beating yourself up because your kid did what every other kid in America has done, what you really NEED to be doing is brushing up on how to respond to your kid when they tell you they hate you.I asked some of the smartest parents I know, parents who know better than to yell, scream, and generally act as immature as their “hateful” child, how THEY respond when their kids say “I hate you.” Click Link Below for More.