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A Mom Publicly Shamed Her 13-Year-Old Daughter For Posing In A Bra On Facebook
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A Denver-area mom is going viral after she posted a video calling out her 13-year-old daughter for posing as a 19-year-old on a secret Facebook page.

In the video posted on Sunday, Val Starks explains she found out her daughter was posting pictures in her underwear, calling herself a “freak,” and was friends with grown men. So, she made a video forcing her daughter to explain she is no “freak.”

Link to the video and whole article: http://www.buzzfeed.com/stephaniemcneal/mom-calls-out-secret-facebook?bffbvid&utm_term=4ldqpj5#.qv78rVPqL

Do you think she did the right thing? Is this good parenting?
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Very good parenting. Would have been greater if she had the sense not to let a child online without supervision. But then I'm old school and the kids that come in my home generally listen to the rules.
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I understand why she did it and all but what I'm interested in is why would a 13 year old do that? It says in the article that she's done something like that before and punishing didn't help that time. Depending on the reason I think the method she used could end up being very counterproductive.
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Some parents are too scared to discipline their children properly, I'm glad the mother did something to deter her daughter from doing what she was doing again. I don't know if that was the right way to go about it though.
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Good
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retronatrix wrote:

Very good parenting. Would have been greater if she had the sense not to let a child online without supervision. But then I'm old school and the kids that come in my home generally listen to the rules.


Nope worst parenting ever. Talk about painting a target on her daughter back for bullies. Not to mention she going to make her resent her even more now. The mother is just a bully. Public shaming is the solution to this problem, yeah like that has never backfire before. There are 100 ways to handle that situation with not resorting to this caveman solution.
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Good parenting. She prevented her daughter from getting into a dangerous situation. Why do young people want to grow up so fast anyways? So stupid.
Posted 5/22/15 , edited 5/23/15

KarenAraragi wrote:


retronatrix wrote:

Very good parenting. Would have been greater if she had the sense not to let a child online without supervision. But then I'm old school and the kids that come in my home generally listen to the rules.


Nope worst parenting ever. Talk about making her a target for bullies.


even better
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idk if its good or bad honestly i feel like its in between because there are a lot of outcomes that could happen. Either her daughter dies of shame or she learns her lesson. I feel like if the daughter has audacity to do that shes most likely been pampered her whole life so this could be a whole new step
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severticas wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:


retronatrix wrote:

Very good parenting. Would have been greater if she had the sense not to let a child online without supervision. But then I'm old school and the kids that come in my home generally listen to the rules.


Nope worst parenting ever. Talk about making her a target for bullies.


even better


Sure is you want to cause depression and suicide. Then please go a head and by all means do that to your child.
Posted 5/22/15 , edited 5/23/15

KarenAraragi wrote:


severticas wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:


retronatrix wrote:

Very good parenting. Would have been greater if she had the sense not to let a child online without supervision. But then I'm old school and the kids that come in my home generally listen to the rules.


Nope worst parenting ever. Talk about making her a target for bullies.


even better


Sure is you want to cause depression and suicide. Then please go a head and by all means do that to your child.


then she'd really be a freak, excelent
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severticas wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:


severticas wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:


retronatrix wrote:

Very good parenting. Would have been greater if she had the sense not to let a child online without supervision. But then I'm old school and the kids that come in my home generally listen to the rules.


Nope worst parenting ever. Talk about making her a target for bullies.


even better


Sure is you want to cause depression and suicide. Then please go a head and by all means do that to your child.


then she'd really be a freak, excelent


Dude take your disgusting logic/comment somewhere else.
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Here is a video I watched recently which makes this kind of parenting look like a bad approach to disciplining a child in this manner. If you have half an hour to spare please watch.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-THHTczXBRA
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KarenAraragi wrote:

Dude take your disgusting logic/comment somewhere else.


Why? T_T I tried to be understanding
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severticas wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:

Dude take your disgusting logic/comment somewhere else.


Why? T_T I tried to be understanding


Are you having a bad day ? Because usually you make smart comments.
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