I Hate My Teenage Daughter

November 29, 2011 at 6:13 pm 3 comments

As I was surfing the Internet, I saw an ad for a new TV show – I Hate My Teenage Daughter! It starts tomorrow on Fox.

Okay, so I know this is supposed to be funny, but having raised a couple of teenage daughters, there is nothing funny about hating your daughter. They may be challenging; they usually try your last nerves, but lovingly raising your daughter is a wonderful experience! Yes we had arguments and she told me she hated me at least once, but I parented her with love and consistency. I shared my experiences with her and I was honest; there are no subject that was taboo.

I guess I’ll tune in to see what the show is about.

Those of you raising daughters, what do you think? Let’s talk tomorrow…


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Parenting and Moral Character I Hate My Teenage Daughter – Pt 2

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. becomingcliche  |  November 29, 2011 at 6:57 pm

    I can’t imagine telling my daughter I was watching that show. What are the producers thinking? It terrifies me to think that it has become okay to even joke about hating those who should be important to us. Please post and let your readers know how it goes. But i think the title alone kills it for me.

  • 2. Megan Broutian (@BehavioralChild)  |  November 29, 2011 at 7:13 pm

    This just proves once more that sensationalism sells. Case in point: you paid attention to the show because of its title, you talked about it, I responded to your post, and therefore now I’m talking about it. I may or may not watch it, but the show’s marketing strategy in its selection of a sensational title apparently paid off.

  • 3. clwilliams27  |  November 30, 2011 at 3:05 am

    Exactly my point! I wish we paid more attention to less sensational headlines!


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