[PHOTO] A Mom Posted This Embarrassing Fact About Her Son To Teach Him A Lesson, With Some People Calling Foul


As user on Reddit has shared a screenshot of one parent’s Facebook post that some say is a perfect example of parenting done right.

The screenshot, posted by Reddit user sorenstokkendal, comes from an unknown parent who appears to have hijacked their child’s Facebook page and posted some embarrassing information as a punishment for the kid’s behavior.

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“I wanted to let you all know that he is no longer allowed on Facebook due to the choices he made today,” the post reads. “He posted on Facebook personal information about someone, that regardless of if it was true or not, it was rude. Because he chose to try and make her mad by spreading personal information, I thought he should know how it feels when the tables are turned. He wet the bed until he was 8.”

The Reddit post has has gone viral, receiving hundreds of comments with most people expressing that they think the parent did the right thing by teaching their son a hard lesson to be learned.



“This is similar to those parents in FL who made their daughter stand on a busy intersection with a sign saying something to the effect of, ‘I like to disrespect my parents, talk back to my grandmother, and sneak boys into the house,’” Reddit user LittleDebbySnacks noted. “I believe there was a small local news report done on this and the adults interviewed either loved this parenting stunt or disagreed with it. Growing up in a family where lessons are taught hard, I thought it was funny and I could totally see my parents doing something like this instead of kicking me out of the house for a minute.”

“It teaches him the golden rule: treat others the way you want to be treated,” Reddit user Beedsoda argued. “He didn’t like having that information posted, maybe he’ll remember that if he does the same thing again. Just a thought, I don’t know.”

Still, others seemed to disagree with the method of parenting.

“I mean, it WAS great parenting up until the last sentence,” Reddit user eagreeyes said.

If this were your child, how would you have handled the situation? Do you think the mom was right in shaming and embarrassing her son in this way, why or why not?

Leave us a comment below.

Source: Reddit





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