Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Something I Shouldn't Have EVER Learned

Logical Fallacies make it almost impossible to get along with my parents.

Wasn't it hard enough as it was before I learned about these?

I like to argue. If you know me, you know that. I get that FROM my parents. But if I argue, that's wrong to them. Sit there and take it. Sit there and let me yell at you but if you yell back, you are grounded forever. Well, I learned that from someone obviously.


EVERY argument we get in, their reasons are ALL logical fallacies. Yeah, I'm a teenager so sometimes we are BOTH wrong. But the thing is, they are ALWAYS wrong.

I wish I could call them out on it. But first of all, they would have NO idea what I am talking about. Second, if I explained it, they would be mad I would ever say that to them.

They drive me crazy.

I love them, they do a lot for me, but they just need to figure out how to make me want to do stuff besides "because I said so" and "because I'M THE PARENT". To me, it's pointless. Those arguments just make me more mad.

1 comment:

  1. Sadly, I know exactly how you feel.

    It's only lately I have begun to realize that my parents are right about more things than I give them credit...