that people had kids just so they can boss them around and dictate them and enjoy yelling at them and punishing them watching them suffer and telling them what to do?
And also that people became teachers and other authority so they can boss people around and tell them what to do and enjoy punishing them as well and have all the power?
This was what I thought growing up so I couldn't wait until I was an adult and had kids so i could control them and boss them around and tell them what to do.
Now here I am an adult and I don't have this concept anymore I had when I was a kid. I certainly don't have a kid just so I can yell at him and punish him and boss him around. In fact I don't like doing these things but have to and I don't set unfair rules. They are all reasonable. As a kid I didn't understand why I had to go to bed or why I couldn't leave the yard and I thought mom was doing these things to boss us around and have power over me. Then I thought when I was older she made us go to bed or made us be outside so she can have "me time" and not have to do her job as a parent. Same reason why parents give their kids naps. Now I know they don't make their kids go to bed or give them naps just so they can have "me time."
Funny how our thoughts can change on our parents as we get older. I was a teen when I started to figure it out and I didn't need kids to see it. But my mom never had this concept as a child and I did so I wonder if anyone else here had the same concept I had growing up?