Dads encouraging fighting

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Dads encouraging fighting

Postby MrMagoo » Tue Jul 02, 2013 10:45 am

Has anyone ever met a dad or witnessed a dad who encourages their son to fight? The dad in the stands that cheers when he son hurts another player in a youth sports game, what are you thoughts on this particular dad?
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Re: Dads encouraging fighting

Postby LindyLou » Tue Jul 02, 2013 9:13 pm

My dad was like this with my brother. He taught him to handle all differences and disrespect with a good punch to the throat. My brother is in prison for being an abusive a**hole to his wife and kids. He would get mad at my brother when they lost football games and cuss him out in the stands, calling him names. Pretty embarrassing. i got away from our dad is soon as I could and kept my distance. My brother has been in jail for more assault charges than anyone I know. Its a horrible mess.
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Re: Dads encouraging fighting

Postby ElkHunter » Tue Jul 09, 2013 9:42 am

The dad that encourages fighting in the bleachers is always the biggest dad there and because he bullies the other parents his child learns from that and becomes a chip off the old block. Coaches and league officials should step in when there is a father like this and force him to teach his son that this is wrong to hurt other kids or be kicked out of the league entirely.
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Re: Dads encouraging fighting

Postby duncanhinescakes » Thu Jul 11, 2013 8:47 pm

Ohmegosh lindyLou.. How horrible is that! I do agree with ElkHunter and his theory. Coaches should have intervened and maybe your brother wouldn't be in prison now. That must be horrible for you and your family.
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Re: Dads encouraging fighting

Postby Sact00 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 1:06 pm

Thats why people need to open their mouths and stop that kind of behavior
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Re: Dads encouraging fighting

Postby craycraycris » Tue Jul 23, 2013 6:53 pm

what about a mom encouraging her daughter to do what she has to do be the best at cheerleading, is a form of bullying as well.
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Re: Dads encouraging fighting

Postby MHayes » Tue Aug 06, 2013 12:11 pm

LindyLou wrote :
> My dad was like this with my brother. He taught him to handle all
> differences and disrespect with a good punch to the throat. My brother is
> in prison for being an abusive a**hole to his wife and kids. He would get
> mad at my brother when they lost football games and cuss him out in the
> stands, calling him names. Pretty embarrassing. i got away from our dad is
> soon as I could and kept my distance. My brother has been in jail for more
> assault charges than anyone I know. Its a horrible mess.

Unfortunately that is what happens to the majority of those kids that have a Dad like that but you cant do anything about it because the parent is not "hurting" the child
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Re: Dads encouraging fighting

Postby JudgeNot » Tue Sep 03, 2013 8:00 am

That sounds like a real loser dad that tries to live through his son in a violent sick way.Boys want to make their fathers proud and if you insert that into their brains when they are developing it can become a huge problem for life.Nobody wants to be around an adult that is a bully so you are setting them up for a miserable adulthood
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Re: Dads encouraging fighting

Postby Blittle » Tue Oct 08, 2013 1:29 pm

Reminds me of my step dad he was a psycho that thought fighting was the answer for everything
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Re: Dads encouraging fighting

Postby Bakka » Thu Dec 26, 2013 11:37 pm

ElkHunter wrote :
> The dad that encourages fighting in the bleachers is always the biggest dad
> there and because he bullies the other parents his child learns from that
> and becomes a chip off the old block. Coaches and league officials should
> step in when there is a father like this and force him to teach his son
> that this is wrong to hurt other kids or be kicked out of the league
> entirely.

I dont like going to high school football anymore because the parents can ruin your experience and they get away with a lot more than the average fan because their child is playing in the game
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