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Supposedly that was his method of doing things...
I think like 10.
I was faking hydrophobia so that I wouldn't have to go to school swimming lessons, some kids got verruca and my parents where like no way you going, the swimming lessons were mandatory sowe came up with a lie about some boating accident and my fear of water. I'm fucked up.......
Enough bout me, it's niichan's thread after all.
I see, good luck then.
Last edited by Doraku; January 27, 2013 at 05:01 AM.
I didn't have educators or such too during my childhood. My parents -- especially my mom -- did all the education thing. Like what Doraku said, even though parents are working they still didn't use the help of educators for teaching general knowledge (or to act like psychologist, you get what I mean, even though what the parents taught might not be necessarily good/perfect).
We have people who clearly go over board, with giving their child away at the age of 2 months (the earliest you're allowed to in germany) but that's still a rare case, luckily. I could go on and on why it's best if the kid stays close to it's (psychological) parent in the first year but why it's actually a good idea to give it away for a bit afterwards (doesn't have to be right when it becomes 1 but I guess you know what I mean) but I doubt you want to hear all of that. All that stuff was hammered in my head over the years
and I'm sorry to hear that =/ I don't believe being "educated" by professionals is absolutely necessary but it's definitely a help. On the other hand it's understandable when the parents don't want to leave their child but... it's sad if things don't go well because of that. Why did you have to go a therapist?
No, nothing like that. I was thinking that being a teacher for male is... not exactly every man's goal when it comes to profession.