When my kids have a gripe about me, I would hear them constantly refer me as "she." It work my nerves sometimes and I have ask them to stop. Well I have another teenager here this morning and she said her gramps yelled at her for referring to her grandma as "she." The kids don't quite understand that it's a matter of respect. When they talk to each other it sounds like they're talking about a stranger and not their mom. We came to agree it depends on the content of the conversation and the generation gap.
How would you feel if your kids were angry with you and were talking about you while you're in the next room referring to you as she and not mom?
on Sep. 28, 2013 at 10:42 AM