Reading helps us to expand our minds and improves our ability to comprehend life. For certain readers, a book might provide more detail than a movie. As a result, when asked to pick between reading a book and watching a movie, they almost always opt for the former. Books, in particular, are a priceless gift for bookworms. Like a result, they’ll wince at a damaged spine or a book that hasn’t been properly cared for, as we did when we read this Reddit story.
A story concerning his stepson, his daughter, and her book collection was revealed by the Redditor. OP’s daughter, who is 12, enjoys collecting antique children’s books. Levi, his 16-year-old stepson, who, according to OP, can be a brat. Levi enjoys tormenting Susan and tossing stuff belonging to the OP and their family in the middle of a minor quarrel. Because she reads so much, he calls her “grandma.” He raged at his stepson and refused to allow him back home after he wrecked his daughter’s book collection. Scroll down to read the entire story and let us know what you think.
1. Here’s how the story started
2. There’s always a hot head teenager in the family who throws everyone stuff
3. Levi is punished for his misbehavior everytime but returns back with same attitude which is f
Later on, the OP added an edit to say that this wasn’t the first time he’d had an issue with Levi’s dad for protecting Levi from punishment:
Here’s what other Redditors said:
Levi owes Susan a sincere apology as well as further protection.
Levi should be aware that this is not the way to treat others. He’s almost an adult who doesn’t know how to respect others’ boundaries
If monetary compensation is included, is it possible that the biological father will stop siding with his destructive son?
Levi is a minor, so you can’t fight against him
Levi requires more than a stern talking-to
The OP’s daughter comes first; he shouldn’t let Levi get away with this to show her
Susan is the one who is being victimized; Levi is not the one who is in desperate need of sympathy
Good for the OP for sticking to his guns
“Why doesn’t he discipline his own son when he’s over his house”
You simply cannot let this go