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Top ten comebacks for unsolicited parenting advice

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Raising children isn’t for the faint of heart. Making an 18-year commitment to emotionally support a child is not something that everyone has the strength to do.

For some reason, strangers feel comfortable making outrageous comments to moms about their kids and parenting skills. It seems like no mother is immune from these intruders, who offer their unwanted parenting advice to their unsuspecting victims.

When you become a parent, you don’t have a say in whom you will parent. You have no idea whom you will move in with for the next 18 years. Your child might go through a stage of throwing wild tantrums, or they might be a model child.

I have a friend who has two kids. When one of her girls was younger, she used to have wild tantrums, up to twenty a day. People who didn’t have difficult children acted as if they were almost morally superior to my friend.

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As a parent of a difficult child, you may feel the judgment of others, and you may even feel ostracized by other moms. Some folks think you need to discipline your child more when you might be dealing with things like autism or other medical conditions.

If you have had enough, the next time someone gives you unsolicited parenting advice, here are a few snappy comebacks that you can use.

Top ten comebacks for unsolicited parenting advice

  1. Thanks for the unsolicited advice about how to raise my teen. Call me when you actually have one.
  2. Next time I need an unsolicited and uninformed opinion I will know where to go.
  3. I love unsolicited parenting advice, especially when it comes from someone who doesn’t have children!
  4. Unless your name is Google stop acting like you know everything.
  5. Unsolicited advice is like somebody singing out of tune. Nobody wants to hear it.
  6. I don’t base my decisions on advice from people who don’t have to deal with the results.
  7. Just because you raised a kid doesn’t mean you should be giving parenting advice….
  8. I didn’t realize you were an expert on my life and how I should live it!  Continue while I take notes.
  9. If your kids didn’t eat bugs, or grunt himself into oblivion, I would probably take your parenting advice more seriously.
  10. When did you get a PHD in parenting?
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What to say to someone who worries

What to say to a worry wart
It can be sad to see someone you love constantly stressed out and worried about everyone and everything. For some folks being worried or stressed out is a state of being. Your life becomes what you think about and if you are constantly thinking worrisome thoughts you will be in a negative state most of the time.

Worrying about things you have no control over and working yourself up into a negative state isn’t helpful. When Trump was elected as President some people went into a state of hysteria, it was as if it was the end of the world. I heard about one man who was so depressed he couldn’t get out of bed. He was truly ruining his day because he could not control his thinking about the situation. Was the world any different than the day before Trump got elected, not really?

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We all go through stressful periods of life where we may get hit with one or two serious issues at the same time. When this happens to worry is valid, it can be very hard to cope and it is important to reach out and get professional help or connect with a friend who can help you solve your problems.

We are only on the planet for a short amount of time, when you look back on your life you will probably really regret wasting a lot of time worrying about a lot of stuff that really doesn’t matter. The best thing we can all do is try to extract the greatest possible joy out of the time we have on this earth.

We’ve all met someone who worries incessantly. Here are a few kind words for the worrywart in your life.

Top ten things to say to a worry wart

  1. 99% of the things you worry about will never happen.
  2. Remember, today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday.
  3. Worrying will never change the outcome.
  4. Focus on the positives and soon the negatives will disappear.
  5. Be a warrior, not a worrier.
  6. Worrying is like praying for what you don’t want.
  7. Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
  8. Don’t worry just care and be prepared.
  9. Why worry if you have done the very best you can. Worrying won’t make it any better.
  10. Worrying is literally betting against yourself.

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What to say to someone afraid to try something new

Kind words for someone afraid to try something new

It can be scary to make a big life change or try something new. We should all be open to experiencing new things, otherwise, we will live in a very small world, a prison of our own making. For someone people when they pass there won’t be much of a change, other than they stop breathing.

In the past, every time we tried something new it was scary at first, and then it became easier. Remember when you learned to walk you fell over, tripped but you got up and you just kept going. Imagine if you gave up when you were learning to walk, you would still be sitting around today.

Here are some supportive words of wisdom you can use to encourage someone to get out of their comfort zone.

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The top ten things to say to someone afraid to try something new

  1. Making a big life change is scary. Do you know what is even scarier? Regret.
  2. Allow yourself to be a beginner. No one starts off excellent.
  3. Every accomplishment begins with the decision to try.
  4. The real risk is doing nothing,
  5. You don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great.
  6. Take risks: If you win you will be happy. If you lose you will be wise.
  7. In the end we only regret the chances we didn’t take.
  8. Remember: Amateurs built the Ark. Professionals built the Titanic.
  9. The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.
  10. Great things never come from comfort zones.
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What to say to someone who criticizes your dreams

What to say when somebody criticizes your dreams

We have all met the dream killer, the person who loves to slam other people’s dreams and goals. The naysayer loves to criticize others, yet they aren’t willing to put themselves out there and take any risks.

Before people become successful, they are always perceived by others as a little crazy. Most people can’t visualize what something will look like; it is outside their concept of reality.

When Karl Benz had his first idea for the motor car, which he called a “horseless carriage” people thought that his dream was insane. Apparently, people couldn’t see any reason that they would ever need a car and they were perfectly happy to travel by horse and buggy.

Benz was criticized for trying to create a motorized vehicle and took his car out at night to test drive it and avoid ridicule, as his car would often break down on the drive. People probably told him to forget about the car and focus on his day job. Looking back, it is easy to see how wrong his critics were.

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Your critics can’t see your vision for a brilliant future. Don’t take advice from someone who can’t see your potential and the possibility of your goal.

Here is a top ten list of snappy comebacks that you can use and let the person know that you’re keeping your dream.

Top ten comebacks for someone who criticizes your dream

  1. You say I dream too big, I think you think too small.
  2. I’m not going to let someone who gave up on their dreams talk me out of mine.
  3. People are limited not by their ability but by their vision.
  4. If you don’t build your own dreams, someone else will hire you to build theirs.
  5. If you dreams don’t scare you, they’re not big enough.
  6. Are YOUR excuses more important that your dream?
  7. You won’t get anything unless you have the vision to imagine it.
  8. People too weak to follow their own dreams will always discourage others from following theirs.
  9. Dreams come a size too big so we can grow into them.
  10. The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.

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Top Ten Comebacks Kids Can use at School

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In every school, there is usually a kid who is the class bully and picks on other kids. Normally, these kids think that they can walk all over everyone and get away with it. They aren’t concerned with other people’s needs or feelings.

Most well-meaning parents tell their child to take the higher road, not to talk back or say anything to the bully. They think that their kid should be the bigger person in the situation. If your child doesn’t say anything back to the kid who has been raised without boundaries or ever hearing the word no, they might think your kid is an easy mark. If your kid doesn’t respond, the class bully thinks that your child will continue to take their taunts, but if your child uses a comeback, they will move on to someone else who is too afraid to respond.

The one thing you have to be careful of is saying something at school that can make you look like the bad guy and get you in trouble. The comebacks below will help you defend yourself against class bullies. Even better, you can use them in front of the teacher or in class without getting called to the principal’s office.

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Top ten comebacks kids can use at school

  1. Where’s your off button?
  2. Unless your name is Google stop acting like you know everything.
  3. You should use glue stick instead of ChapStick.
  4. I’ve been called worse by better.
  5. I don’t hate you, I’m just simply not excited about your existence.
  6. If you’re waiting for me to care, you better pack a lunch. It’s going to be a while.
  7. You would be much more likable if it wasn’t for that hole in your mouth that noise comes out of.
  8. Is your drama going to have an intermission soon?
  9. I make my haters my motivators!
  10. If you can’t be kind, then be quiet.
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Selena Gomez was picked on by other kids at school

Selena Gomez was bullied in elementary school. The experienced shaped Selena, she has gone on to help others and bring awareness to bullying.  She was the Executive Producer on Netflix series about what kids go through when they endure bullying.

I was bullied every second of every day in elementary and middle school, Obviously, people are going to bring you down because of your drive. But, ultimately, it makes you a stronger person. – Selena Gomez

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