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“If it’s a matter of not being proud about her decision, she should learn to be strong and tell people her decisions anyway.“
You are BULLYING your daughter. That’s not just calmly asking questions about her choice. You’re being a jerk on purpose and being mean to her to teach her a lesson. Well, let me tell you, if you keep treating your children like this, you’ll be the one to learn a lesson. She didn’t want to tell you because you’re mean and behave this way. You totally and completely have overreacted. You are not easy to talk to, as we can all clearly see! The lesson you will learn is your children will take even more and more space until there is no connection at all if you keep picking apart their adult choices and demeaning them. You shamed her in front of your family and you call that calmly asking questions. Do you also treat your wife and son this way? Stop being a controlling asshole, you can start by apologizing for your heinous behavior.