Time Out, or Not Time Out

Have you ever dealt with a two-year old round the clock? Then you’ve probably seen something like this happen. You might think that the boy doesn’t know what he wants, because he changes his mind constantly. But oh, he does know what he wants. He wants to be mad, but he doesn’t want to admit it. So what he’s doing makes complete sense according to two-year-old logic.

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Sooner or later, he’ll be able to either channel his frustrations differently or at least communicate them better. And then eventually, he’ll become a teenager, and use those hard-earned skills to make your life truly miserable. -via Daily Picks and Flicks

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Poor kid, he just wants time alone, life to go away for a while. The closest thing he knows to explain that is Time out. But when Daddy says Time out, then it means punishment. It's clear a a bell to me. Uh ohl What does that say about me?
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