| | I don't care if you die
I'm one of those parents who accepts that the child is either reflecting, mirroring, or demonstrating an emotion/pain/whatever as a result of the parents' (or in fact other people's, but usually the parents') input. After being called an idiot three times in 90 minutes, the worst mother in the world, and told as per thread title 'I don't care if you die' by my NINE year old, I figure I'm doing something wrong. Or is this just a phase others have lived with and worked through? Maybe all kids test in different ways according to their vocabulary?