Jun. 9th, 2007 01:49 pm
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Dear Next Door (and almost every other bloody parent in the world, it would seem)

WHY THE FUCK do your children seem incapable of movement unless it is accompanied by screaming? I have to sit here in my boiling hot house with all the windows shut because YOUR UGLY SPAWN will not. shut. up. TEACH THEM TO BE QUIET. There is NO NEED for a child to scream unless it is in pain or frightened of something. They are old enough to be taught consideration for others. I am going to lose my temper at some point, and then there will be a strained atmosphere in the street because nobody likes having an irate woman scream "WILL YOU SHUT YOUR FUCKING KIDS UP" at them. I'm aware that as an autistic with hypersensitive hearing, mine is an unusually strong reaction, but it is physically painful when your brats screech and yell and wail ALL DAY, and sometimes I get heat-migraines from having the windows shut to avoid having a noise-induced meltdown. I HATE YOU AND I HATE YOUR KIDS. MOVE HOUSE NOW PLZ.

No love, plenty of wrath

That Girl Who Slams The Windows Shut When Your Kids Won't Shut Up, In The Hope That You Might Take The Hint.

P.S. if your child has done something repeatedly despite you telling it not to, I suggest DISCIPLINE. Trust me, it works much better than saying "Maaate, I've told you eight times not to dooo thaaaaaat".

Seriously. Even when I was a kid myself I used to wonder why other people couldn't be less screamy and shouty, so it's not adult-false-perspective here. My dad said to me when I was still a toddler something like "There's no need to make a noise. If you want something, ask nicely." IT WORKED. If more people taught their kids that making that amount of noise is actually not acceptable unless there is something hurting or scaring them, life would be much more pleasant. Why is everyone so loud?


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