If you decide you would rather be my child again instead of a roommate, we can negotiate terms.
She took a picture of the letter and posted it on her Facebook page, but didn’t know that people other than her friends and family might be able to see it. And when she woke up the next morning, Heidi had over 100 new friend requests and wondered what had happened.
Here’s her response:
Why publicly shame him? I’m not. It was an accident. I meant to post to just family and friends; and yesterday I couldn’t figure out why I had over 100 friend request. I actually thought maybe my account got hacked or something. Yes, I could take it down, but so many people have already read and seen it at this point.”
Many posters praised her for her child-raising method, while others thought she was too harsh.
However, the letter seems to have worked, and Heidi and Aaron have established a contract with rules that Aaron actually seems to follow.
“I’m not a bully dictator trying to ‘control’ my child. I am a parent who has every RIGHT to have rules, expectations, and consequences for my child.”
Do you think Heidi was too tough on her son, or was she right to put her foot down and post her letter online?
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