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Old 03-28-2005, 03:08 AM
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Well said Alisa...wise beyond your years it appears ...as is your comment about parents yelling at kids for stuff they did at the same age...I often have to put myself in check, or at least try, when trying to work through something with one of my kids, make myself remember that I did some of the same things, that it wasn't easy being a teenager when I was coming up and I would think it is much harder now.
Well yeah, if we're talking about kids and parents now, then theres one thing I understood accourding on my own relationship with parents. Its when the kid does something wrong and mum starts to yell cos she thinks the kid wants to make her mad, but whos said that? Maybe kid just doesnt understand some of the acts he does, thats why its not always right...
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Old 03-28-2005, 03:26 AM
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Nice to meet you too Alisa...unusual for me to find someone actually online at this time of night (3:30 in the morning here in Seattle).

I remember when I was a kid, getting yelled at by my father about something and thinking to myself, "I will never treat my children like this when I am a father". Years later when I was a father I found myself doing some of the same things,, yelling at my kids the way my father yelled at me....i have worked to change that. A year or so ago I was yelling at my son (then 14) about arguing with his younger sister. He asked me how me yelling at them was going to teach them to not yell at each other. I obviiously had no answer for that. I thanked him for helping me get my head out of my ass and hopefully being a better father. I can't remember that last time I raised my voice at my kids. You're never to old to learn and change I guess.
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Old 03-28-2005, 03:37 AM
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Nice to meet you too Alisa...unusual for me to find someone actually online at this time of night (3:30 in the morning here in Seattle).

I remember when I was a kid, getting yelled at by my father about something and thinking to myself, "I will never treat my children like this when I am a father". Years later when I was a father I found myself doing some of the same things,, yelling at my kids the way my father yelled at me....i have worked to change that. A year or so ago I was yelling at my son (then 14) about arguing with his younger sister. He asked me how me yelling at them was going to teach them to not yell at each other. I obviiously had no answer for that. I thanked him for helping me get my head out of my ass and hopefully being a better father. I can't remember that last time I raised my voice at my kids. You're never to old to learn and change I guess.
yeah this is right!
My dad is just like you, he wasnt happy in his childhood and he always wanted to be a better dad for me than his dad was for him. He always mentions that and knowing his parents (my grandparents) I realize that he's right...He does for me much more and cares for me much more than his parents did and cared for him... He works 24/7 trying to earn money just to buy me everything I need, when his parents didnt buy him some plastic soldiers when he was 6...He started to cry when they didnt want to buy it and some other man, standing in that store came to my dad and said "Cmon, kid, dont cry, I'll buy you those plastic soldiers!" Haha...and my dad always remembers that moment when he yells at me. He always explains me that he yells at me NOT because he doesnt love me, or I annoy him or something, he yells just because he's so damn tired working 7 days a week just to be able to buy me something more cool than plastic soldiers.. I hope ur kids also understand that you yell not cos ur a bad dad
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Old 03-28-2005, 03:47 AM
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Alisa - Yeah it sounds like your dad loves you and is trying to make sure you have a better life than he did. Like I said I rarely yell at my kids anymore. My youngest is my daughter Kate, she will be 14 next week. She is into bikes also and wants to learn to ride and wrench so she is going to help me work on my Softail. She got some tools for Christmas and seems to have a natural ability with things mechanical and likes getting her hands dirty. It would be cool to get a semi-basket case Sportster, have her help me rebuild it and then surprise her, hand her the keys and give her the bike. I hope to make that happen in a couple years.
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Old 03-28-2005, 04:02 AM
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Alisa - Yeah it sounds like your dad loves you and is trying to make sure you have a better life than he did. Like I said I rarely yell at my kids anymore. My youngest is my daughter Kate, she will be 14 next week. She is into bikes also and wants to learn to ride and wrench so she is going to help me work on my Softail. She got some tools for Christmas and seems to have a natural ability with things mechanical and likes getting her hands dirty. It would be cool to get a semi-basket case Sportster, have her help me rebuild it and then surprise her, hand her the keys and give her the bike. I hope to make that happen in a couple years.
This is cool! Good for ya, keep it up:P
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Old 03-29-2005, 01:42 PM
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Well said Solis and all for that matter.

I said in a forum that Satan was a cartoon and some guy (bryanTTM) starts preaching to me and tells me I'm going to HELL!!!

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Old 04-02-2005, 06:54 AM
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Hi Alisa....i was just wondering what brings a young girl like yourself to a chopper forum....does your dad or family ride?



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Old 04-02-2005, 09:04 AM
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Hi Alisa....i was just wondering what brings a young girl like yourself to a chopper forum....does your dad or family ride?



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Yeah my uncle rides. I came here to read and learn some stuff about bikes which I dont know yet before I get my own toy
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