In this world, we love our parents the most, and certainly, no one can love us as they do. Every relationship has its ups and downs. So does the parent-child relationship, but it never means that we would love our parents any less and vice versa. In the end, no one can love us more than our parents. They wake up at night to just to make sure we’re sleeping right. They would sacrifice anything for our happiness. Is there any other love that’s this selfless and pure?
Raising a child is not a piece of cake. It’s a full-time job that requires both mental and physical energy. When you step into parenthood, you’ll forever be a mother/father. You are ready to do anything to see your child happy. Although raising a child is a task that requires both mother and father, but sometimes they both can’t be together. One of the two parents has to raise their little one alone, all by their self. Not all superheroes wear capes, and single parents are one of them. They play the role of both mother and father and raise legends. They want to leave no loopholes in their parenting. They make sure they teach their kid everything there is to know. We came across an immensely rad Reddit post in the Subreddit “Am I the a*shole”. It’s about a single dad who confronts his sister. Who apparently tried to accuse her brother of running away from his responsibilities as a father. Things got bad and OP’s sister called CPS. Sh*t hit the fan when OP cut ties with his sister for doing what she did. Scroll down to read the whole story.
AITA For Refusing to meet my sister on Christmas after she called CPS?
OP’s sister was clearly trying to replace him. It seems like she wanted to bring her brother down and somehow prove that he has bad parenting skills. Some people want to be seen as perfect. They can’t stand it when someone else is doing better than them. Such people need psychological help, otherwise they can be pretty destructive. The people who appreciate their behavior and ignore the red flags are only doing them more harm. In OP’s case, his family sided with his sister, and wanted OP to let things go. By doing so, they appreciated his sister’s act instead of telling her how she was wrong.
Teaching kids how to do their own work is actually a good parenting practice. Pampering children and not letting them learn how to be independent causes a lot of problems when they reach their adolescence. By the time they become adults and face real-world problems, they fail miserably. Long story short, they have to learn everything the hard way and might not enjoy the learning process. In the end, they think bad of their parents/caregivers for not teaching them these things before. OP wasn’t overburdening his daughter by teaching her how to do a thing or two. Tasks like cleaning up one’s self and making a quick sandwich are some of the most basic tasks. His sister was simply overreacting.
OP’s sister is a danger to his family.
This user suggests taking legal action.
OP’s sister is badgering him.
She was certain that OP would suffer.
Sister wants to take away OP’s daughter
Sister was the one to divide the family.
OP’s sister and his family are dangerous for OP.
Not an oops situation.
Sister was trying to be the mom.
Well, no one can take better care of a child than its parents. No matter how immediate the relation is, there is no substitute for biological parents. The way they care for a child, no one else can do that. Do you agree? Let us know in the comments below. We love to receive your feedback.