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Parents Using Reverse Psychology On Kids! (r/AskReddit)

Parents Using Reverse Psychology On Kids! (r/AskReddit)

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Parents of reddit, what’s your best example of reversed psychology on your kids that actually worked? (r/AskReddit) Parents Using Reverse Psychology On Kids! Share your own stories in the comments below 👇 Make sure to like and subscribe for more videos, Thanks for watching!
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Lavina Bowman says:

I always scheduled family appointments to get the doctor thing out of the way for everyone. The last time we went to the doctor i teased my teen and preteen that they were gonna get so many shot. Turned out i was tje only one due for a shot lol

Francois Alwyn Venter says:

I could never get even as a kid people who are afraid of shots. Could someone please explain this to me please?

Fabulous Roy says:

I don't know if this counts, but when I got upset as a kid my siblings would say "Don't smile! NO! No don't you dare smile. Stop smiling. Stop it's against the law" etc. and it ALWAYS got me to smile, even if I really tried not to. Now I use it myself and it ALWAYS works!

collegebandi says:

i was the kid. my parents told me when i was 11 or 12 that i was allowed to drink alcohol, as long as i drank it in their house and under their supervision (believe it or not, it was legal then, in the state/city we lived in for that to occur.- that is why they told me this because they found out it was legal for them to do so) — anyway, now i'm 40. i still don't drink. i can count how many times i've been drunk in my life, and, yeah, i just don't do it. no taste for it. only drank wine one time when i didn't make a face (it was a french wine, from france) …. they told me not to smoke though, ugh. but at least i've been a nonsmoker now for 10 years lol 🙂

BattleCore 706 says:

Whenever I get shots or IV I just like laugh uncontrollably I still hate the pain but I just do

Yokaiskii says:

When i was really young, maybe three, me and my mom used to play the “sleeping game.” The point was to see who could fall asleep faster.The goal obviously getting me to fucking go to bed. We stopped playing when i was like 5 and i didn’t realize it until i randomly thought about it one day when i was like 11.

saccharine - strychnine says:

My parents always used "I bet you can't put all your toys in that box" and I fell for it. The little fool I was

Binichsoderbinichsnicht says:

4:29 that is so smart

Trippy Spoons says:

19 and fucking stupid here

Lisha Fairbairn says:

Whenever one of us kids would fall down or “get hurt” (nothing serious) my dad would yell “TOUCHDOWN!” And throw his hands up and cheer.

I now work with school age children and have noticed that they come to you will all kinds of “pains” that you have no power to solve. Like they bumped their arm or have a itsy bitsy piece of skin scraped off their arm. I just tell them that they can sit down and rest it for a bit if they need. Well no kid wants to sit while everyone else is playing so the “injury” heals remarkably fast.

Shawn says:

That needle one is brilliant.

Meemog says:

So I was with my cousins (10 & 12) and they were doing something "dangerous" like balancing on a wall or something and my uncle said "you know what will happen if you fall?" And they both said on unison "you'll laugh" and that's the person I aspire to be

Lianna Pfister says:

8:23 see, I was the kid that would fall & be like “ow danget that hurt” & some smart aleck would be like “well I guess we’ll have to amputate” and I’d know full well that they were full of it but the thought that people occasionally do need amputations would make me cry and then everyone thinks I’m just a self-centered baby that wants attention

Julianna Foster says:

For me, when one of my kids falls/might have hurt themselves, I ask in a calm, chill voice, "You ok?" Like totally throwaway. 90% of the time they'll get back up and say "Yeah." That way, if they are actually hurt, I'll know because they start crying in response.

J Dav says:

6:20 i was in 4th grade and I fell off the playground and was bleeding and had chipped a tooth It was hard to move but no teacher helped and I think they thought this and didnt see i was bleeding lmao

Csb1289 says:

That first one is genius. My first nephew refuses to eat vegetables but he's 8. my second nephew is a week old. We're gonna do this.

Desco Lada says:

On the topic of giving kids multiple choices to trick them into compliance, this also works in SALES with people of any age! Alright sir/ma'am, will that be cash, check, or charge? Sound familiar? Totally sidesteps the possibility of you not coughing up your hard-earned money and finishing out the sale. Just one of countless examples

Sammy K. says:

"most kids are tough as nails" made me remember how i got my first scar. i was 6 and swimming in a kiddy pool in the backyard. there also happened to be a piece of glass under the pool that ripped through the bottom. my arm went over it and i got a cut from the side of my palm to halfway to my elbow and nearly cut a vein. my arm didn't hurt but i started crying because i had a fear of needles and didnt want stitched (i nearly punched a nurse) so they glued my arm shut

Vulcan Peace says:

I had a friend who was raised way too honestly…like, Before telling him he needed a shot they told him in detail what would happen to him if he contracted the disease the shot was meant to prevent…He practically begged to be injected as soon as possible.

TheLaughingManXC says:

why are people so scared of shots? never had problems with them even as a toddler

Gage Jernigan says:

FUCK SHOTS I still dont get a flu shot to this day bc they freaking hurt

Rip Tide says:

I do the non injuries with my kids. But my sister does not and it shows when they play together.

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