You would go the ends of the earth for your child , but you feel guilty about
admitting the truth, even to yourself —the truth that at times you don’t like your child very
much.

It’s a secret that many parents of difficult children share, but they rarely confess feeling this way to anyone. The article "I love my child but sometimes I can't stand him" explains how dealing with a
difficult child can take its toll on the parent-child relationship, and offers you some practical advice on how to handle it.

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OH wow Thanks for sharig this article I do not have a child like this but I know Parents who do so I will check into it soon.

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