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Post Reply A Mom Publicly Shamed Her 13-Year-Old Daughter For Posing In A Bra On Facebook
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from what AiYumega wrote.. think we can stop talking about what you'd do now. and seriously, you'd work that hard lol.. xD. Disable the camera and buy her a phone with none if you go ahead to discipline anyone who does that.
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Like all teens she will rebel and do worse.
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Parenting? Anything but.Over the top dramatics.All you'll succeed in doing is traumatizing a thirteen year old girl with the very real possibility that you'll drive her into a more drastic course of action." The idea of "Shaming" is just counterproductive and immature.What's the matter ? No stone pile handy?The mother has had thirteen years to direct her daughter. Obviously the mothers "parenting" tactics like "shaming" hasn't worked to this point if the outcome isn't what the mother expected.Why don't you try talking?
Posted 5/22/15
she's no longer an ordinary kid so that helps lol jk. next, the mother can buy her a pony to get over it.
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God bless this women. No child should be pretending to be older and talking to strange men/women. After reading the article and seeing what the kid did she should be thanking her mother for protecting her. I always hated the idea of you need to let them make their own mistakes so they could grow up.I don't need to let the ones I care about destroy their futures just because doing dumb things are in right now.
I don't have kids but I look out for my niece and nephew when I watch them. The girl 14 and the boy 15 both have facebook. My niece only has 10 friends from her school or when they move away. That's fine since her mother knows she has a good head on her shoulder. Now my nephew is a blockhead for having near 500 friends when he knows so few people. There is no reason why a 50 yr old man should be sending him messages to meet up and go to the mall.
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Okay while I would say 13 is a bit young to be posting pictures of yourself in bras the mom completely overreacted. You dont need to publicly shame your child thats just fucking cruel.
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I approve. Now her daughter will not do this stupidity again, let her feel shame and be mad at her mom for awhile but she will thank her in the future.

Parents are afraid to punish their kids nowadays, words usually don't work because they come and go and hitting them for it will either put them in jail. I think this was a good lesson.
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Approve, Public shaming is always a way of individual parent punishment, far for traumatizing the girl the mom did protect her by public shamming, the internet will forget eventually but the girl will not and it will stamped in her behavior.
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I think she did both... like come on that did help a little bit but also creating another problem that could be even worse by the way she did it (mother), I hope she could have done it different also the daughter was a bit I guess seems that she maybe has claimed to the "older" guys on the internet she was older and not that young and the mother wanted to prove she was this young to those out there getting the wrong info and should back away.

Else I also think she only made a worse relationship between her and her daughter and I feel it shows in the video. (could be become critical the way it was shown)
Posted 5/22/15
I think the mom did the right thing. and the quip was good, too.

she'll be embarrassed now, but later in life she'll realise her parent is only trying to protect her
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While I personally believe that the mother was right to punish and deter her child from doing this ever again, she did that in such a terrible manner that will do nothing but traumatize her and paint a giant target on her back for potential bullies. Everyone that knows her personally will see her crying and confessing to "watching the Disney channel" in a video with 13,372,859 views as of this moment. sure she will probably never post revealing photos of herself again, but the odds are she'll be ridiculed and be made an outcast because her mother wasn't mature enough to handle this matter privately.
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The picture is out already. I bet thousands of people have it saved right now on their computers, not to mention her friends/not-friends have the picture as well. Also the mother was simply being the first one to bully her daughter, but she could do it more effectively. It was stupid to post this on her facebook page. She should have disciplined her off-line, simple as that.

I actually saw this story last night on the news. She made her daughter into a spectacle. I mean the daughter shouldn't have posted the picture online, but the mother didn't do her daughter any favors.
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So here is my opinion. First off if you read the article it says this wasn't the first time she did something like this with facebook. She took the computer away for a summer but guess what? It didn't work. So you can take a stern talking too and taking things away off the list of things that didn't work. Some kids are so hard headed that you literally have to embarrass them to get them to listen. Do kids listen at assemblies at school about STDs and why you should have safe sex? Or when they have assemblies about texting and driving, do they listen? Well apparently not because kids think "Well that will never happen to me." I think when she made this video it wasn't for the 15 minutes of fame, it was for the men on her facebook to show them that her daughter is 13, still a child and mama bear will rip you a new one if you come after her baby. It just happen to go viral plus... Her daughter started it on facebook and it will end on facebook. She also could get bullied for those photos at school but what worse? Being bullied or being kidnapped/raped/murdered by these grown men? Plus if she had to she could just put her kid in online school till this dies down. I don't even know the name of her daughter, all people will remember is that video not the names or faces. Also bad parenting because she did it in the first place? Get a grip. I was just in high school not too long ago, even the parents who do everything right can still have kids who do things they weren't supposed to do. But do I think some of it maybe went to far? Yes. But she got her point across and I don't think she will be doing it ever again.
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So here is my opinion./quote]

Oh. Why?
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Posted 5/22/15 , edited 5/22/15
Still I would not like a mother like that... screw that.
I know someone with ADHD and they had some kid that was really wild, guess what they did?
and now few years after they are pretty "decent" in the way they behave no need for all this BS...
Like I said she only did it harder between her and her daughter

Also I think there will be a bitter after taste by all this media

Now its like this but before it was like:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCui-9lcYZI&list=UUv-rPNJaht6ArHEsW5bHgLg&index=2
(what I mean "OMG" -> "I can't deal with this shit")
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