Hope you like this Vegeta i’m not the monster you think i am i’m worse shirt. I’m not a doctor nor do I play one on TV but I am an internet expert on all things. Your daughter’s condition is treatable. She’ll need to breath air for about 20-25 years and this condition will eventually improve. If it doesn’t we can move her to more aggressive treatment but it’s pretty traumatizing. She’ll need to get married and have children of her own. Unfortunately this condition is genetic and her children will likely suffer from it as well. Hope this helps! I’m no doctor, but I do know an effective treatment: The garbage bag. She may cry, but she may also try to put her toys away faster than you can stuff them into the trash or attic pile.
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My daughter has developed a serious medical condition. I’m not sure about the cause, but the symptoms are quite serious. It seems she becomes “so tired” and her head “really hurts a lot” whenever we tell her to clean her room. It’s very sad. And to make matters worse, her parents are monsters who force her to continue cleaning even in spite of her obvious physical agony. Because the Vegeta i’m not the monster you think i am i’m worse shirt. I’m no doctor, but I can only theorize that this condition is related to the one that causes our kids to become desperately thirsty for water only after they’ve been put to bed.
Also, they are always dying of hunger except for the moments when they are sitting at the dinner table with a plate of food right in front of them. I can only assume that all of these are tied to the same syndrome. Please pray for them. They are clearly suffering. I read a book years ago about “natural consequences” instead of bribes or punishments. It was like divine revelation! LOL! I had a neighbor whose 3rd grader sobbed and clung every morning pleading to stay home from school to spend time with Mom because she “just missed her so much!”
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It went on for months! Tears, bribes, school counselors, you name it! When I found out about it I told her to tell her daughter that she understood how much she missed her mom and to keep her by her side every minute! “No, sweetie, you can’t go to Susie’s house, you need to stay here with me and fold clothes or you’ll just miss me SO much!..”. No, that birthday party would keep you away from me for two whole hours! You’d never make it!” Etc. Problem solved in two days! Six months of anguish fixed in by 2 days of “believing the heck” out of her kid! LOL! It really works!