Sunday, February 10, 2013

When someone is wrong

How do you deal with someone when they are in the wrong but they turn the tables and say "you take yourself too seriously?" 

If my toddler child makes an entire mess of the apartment while my husband is suppose to be watching her, who is at fault? And am I not allowed to get upset?

5 comments:

Enie Dub said...

You sure are allowed get upset!

I would consider it to be bullying behaviour if you aren't allowed get upset.

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JoeinVegas said...

Yup, you are allowed to get upset. And complain to us about it as well.

Secret Agent Woman said...

Of course you can.

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Virginia Gal said...

Thank you all for allowing me to vent! I agree it is dominating behavior.