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Christina Forces Owen To Marry Her (Disturbing Video)

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posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:46 PM
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I would say that those people you "know" need to grow up and learn how to make the right decision for them. Grown ups and peer pressure shouldn't be a issue for a mature adult.


Some people commit suicide before they get to mature. Some people make mistakes that affect them for the rest of their lives before they grow up. Most people grow up "stuck" in their ways making it very difficult for them to change.

I am not calling CPS or starting a rally
i am looking at this strictly from a psychological standpoint.




posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:49 PM
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The boy is being taught anger towards females and to avoid marriage at any cost.


Please, a boy that age doesn't care about girls.All a boy around that age only have one thing on their young minds,and that is hanging with his friends outside playing and no thought of girls, period.

Yes that video is funny...



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:50 PM
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Originally posted by tsurfer2000h
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I need a Psych major in here to back me up.
From a psychological point of view this video is very telling. Issues developed from young are ingrained in a person and very much the cause of later aggressions.


First off good luck on anybody that watches the video agreeing with you, especially a psych major.


Now you can find these type videos all over youtube. In fact you may enjoy this one.



Here is part 2.



So what do you think about these videos? Were they wrong to film him after the dentist where he seems to enjoy the medication, but that doesn't mean he will be an addict when he grows up.


OMg his parents are teaching him drug use is ok!!!



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:51 PM
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I can't make it any clearer than this.

A psychologist would argue that this is a good conditioning of social norms

They are not in any way harming these children or driving them into depression, abuse, suicide, etc.

I am an education major and have taken classes on Psychology, Elementary Psychology, Sociology, Early Childhood Development, etc. I am the closest thing you've got to a psych major so far and trust me, this is OK.
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posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:51 PM
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Lol Someone obviously doesn't have any kids. The only thing I find disturbing is that you're trying to psych evaluate toddlers, and even wrote a freaking essay about it.



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:55 PM
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Originally posted by Versa

Originally posted by ProphecyPhD i wonder how you would react. If the little boy was smacking his mother would it still be funny? If the little girl was kissing on the boy would it still be cute?


They weren't..... Nothing even close to that happened in this video so that is a pathetic argument.


You really don't have a clue how things start do you??

Ok so now they are "married" like mommy and daddy (awwww how cute). Then you catch them in the backyard kissing and humping like mommy and daddy because after all, isn't that what you do when you get married? Now you have to explain adult things to litlte children because you wanted to play with adult subjects (not so cute anymore huh?)

Or another childs parents had a more in depth conversation with their child (birds and bees), now your child is at school kissing on her/his NEW spouse because you didn't tell them marriage is for adults.

Nip it in the bud and stop the adult conversations until the child is older.



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:56 PM
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Is this what ATS has been reduced to ... quasi-physiological analysis of viral YouTube videos?!

You call this a "disturbing video".

No, no, no, Disturbing is when 80 people are murdered in a shooting.

It's when people like the West Baptist Church picket military funerals.

Things like discovering a tarantula living in your skin.

Hell, even Bill O'reilly is disturbing.

...

But this video you linked? Hardly.

They are children. They have no concept of marriage or what it means to be an adult. They are arguing for the sake of arguing, as children often do. Screaming, crying, and saying "No!" are all behaviors that are to be expected of any normal child.

It's annoying sure. The mother should have probably asked the girl to stop bothering the boy, but she was probably looking for material for America's Funniest Home videos or the next big viral video, but it doesn't constitute abuse.



These children are having an all out screaming match. If they were twenty years older the police could very well have been called during this argument. If they were twenty years older and having this EXACT same argument (word for word) in front of children their age and it was recorded, that video could be grounds for those children being taken away.


This may very well be the most absurd thing I have ever read on ATS, and it's certainly up there ...

These are CHILDREN, and they AREN'T "twenty years older".

Infants can't walk or talk, and they soil themselves daily. If they were twenty years older, they would be diagnosed with a mental disability or mental illness, and possibility be institutionalized.

Thankfully, many children outgrow such things and they don't have to worry about them when they're adults. Twenty years from now these children will be grown, understand marriage, and have a good laugh about this video.

The only thing that's disturbing is the claim that this video is disturbing.




posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:57 PM
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Originally posted by ProphecyPhD
reply to post by Bixxi3
 





I would say that those people you "know" need to grow up and learn how to make the right decision for them. Grown ups and peer pressure shouldn't be a issue for a mature adult.


Some people commit suicide before they get to mature. Some people make mistakes that affect them for the rest of their lives before they grow up. Most people grow up "stuck" in their ways making it very difficult for them to change.

I am not calling CPS or starting a rally
i am looking at this strictly from a psychological standpoint.


And this is why I have issues with phsycology - because it's all assumption. Take a sliver of someone's life that you are able to examine and make judgements which for some reason are considered valid by a court because you have a piece of paper that says you were taught by others humans how to evaluate another human without knowing their whole life or letting them justify their reasons for their actions.
For all we know this mother could have split with her husband in the past and the older male in this video is the stepfather - the mother could be asking her son why he won't marry Christina because it is obviously a game and she may be checking he does not have underlying issues.
Or as stated in previous posts she may be teaching him the valuble life lesson of not overreacting to trivial things.
To say this one 5 min interaction is going to deeply effect this child for life is a load of hogwash - children can undergo years of real abuse and trauma and still turn out perfectly fine without any issues, this kid won't even remember this when he grows up - how many adults do you know react like this to marrige?
NONE - hopefully he will learn his lesson not to overreact.



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:57 PM
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Here wrap your teeth around this one if you want to have a problem with something..



So is there something wrong with this video? Compared to what you posted this is something that needs to be looked at right away.



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:58 PM
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I really think you need to find that psych. You have a really messed up outlook on the world and you could use some help. If I had to guess you have depression at the least, probably from PTSD, maybe you have been diagnosed and given pills but refuse to take them? Or maybe you haven't seen someone yet? My girlfriend suffered through depression and trust me, seeing someone will help you so please do. Not trying to offend, just terrified of the thought of you raising a child one day.



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 04:58 PM
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On television and in the movies what is the very first thing the couple does after they get married?

"How come we can get married but we can't kiss?"

"Can i sleep in the bed with my husband/wife??"

When you have to answer THOSE questions it isn't so "cute/funny" anymore and nine time out of ten you'll wish you never opened Pandoras box.



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 05:00 PM
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Awww come on, O'reilly is opinionated but he really is looking out for you



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 05:00 PM
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Here's how I look at it:
1. Either you were definitely a single child, or just never was around your brothers and sisters.
2. You're a product of what you're claiming is wrong, which is bad parenting.
3. You're rarely ever around any children of any age and have no kids yourself.
4. Or you're a mentally challenged tortoise....

I'm the oldest of 7, and I've seen probably the whole 'I'm gonna marry you, you're not gonna marry me" scenario more times than I can count. In fact, I've done the same thing when I was a bit younger, many times.
It goes along the same lines as kissing. Most kids from the ages of 4-9 find kissing rather gross. So if I was a parent, filming my daughter or son, and one of them was trying to kiss the other, instead of laughing at the fact my son is terrified of being kissed (me knowing that it's definitely NOT gonna cause psychological trauma) I'm supposed to look at it as if the little girl is trying to somehow rape him? That's what you're claiming pretty much. That these kids using 'adult' terms are 'acting' out 'adult' themes and it's "Disturbing" because it's gonna have such profound effects on their actual adult life........?
Seriously bro?

Do yourself a favor and don't have any children, because I can already see that if you do (or somehow already do) that you'd most likely be the culprit in causing severe psychological harm for the mere pointless idea that kids playing around and doing what every kid I've ever been around is totally wrong and-what was that term again, 'Disturbing'?



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 05:02 PM
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Originally posted by tsurfer2000h
reply to post by ProphecyPhD
 


Here wrap your teeth around this one if you want to have a problem with something..



So is there something wrong with this video? Compared to what you posted this is something that needs to be looked at right away.


Girls need to be taught how to be good mothers and wifes when there older. You don't want to get married to a women who won't cook or clean.

Thinking otherwise to this is a relatively new thing. Before ww2 people would think your a freak nancy queer boy.



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 05:03 PM
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Originally posted by ProphecyPhD
On television and in the movies what is the very first thing the couple does after they get married?

"How come we can get married but we can't kiss?"

"Can i sleep in the bed with my husband/wife??"

When you have to answer THOSE questions it isn't so "cute/funny" anymore and nine time out of ten you'll wish you never opened Pandoras box.


Kid's play 'mothers and fathers' or 'families' all the time - thy are not stupid, they dont know all the details but there is something to the kissing, the bed, the marrige and the baby - it's natural to have an interest.
The kid's only start to think their is something forbidden about it all when we start telling them you can pretend to get married but no kissing, or no sleeping in the same bed - they are kid's let them do whatever they think marrige is and stay out of it.. If somthing 'naughty' starts to happens then the kids obviously already know something they shouldnt and it is time to sit down and have a talk anyway.



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 05:04 PM
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For all we know this mother could have split with her husband in the past and the older male in this video is the stepfather - the mother could be asking her son why he won't marry Christina because it is obviously a game and she may be checking he does not have underlying issues.


I think you are just typing to see yourself type.

The son could have issues from his father splitting with his mother but his mothers actions (i.e. this video) can not affect him



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 05:05 PM
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Originally posted by BrianC
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Awww come on, O'reilly is opinionated but he really is looking out for you


Okay, I don't know, uh ... what that is. Whatever it is, it's not right.

I don't know what that is, I've never seen that.

I can't read it! There's no words there!

"To play us out."

What does that mean?

"To play us out?"
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posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 05:06 PM
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edit on 23-7-2011 by BrianC because: All is clear now



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 05:06 PM
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Originally posted by BrianC
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I really think you need to find that psych. You have a really messed up outlook on the world and you could use some help. If I had to guess you have depression at the least, probably from PTSD, maybe you have been diagnosed and given pills but refuse to take them? Or maybe you haven't seen someone yet? My girlfriend suffered through depression and trust me, seeing someone will help you so please do. Not trying to offend, just terrified of the thought of you raising a child one day.


PTSD is Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (that means stuff that happened to you in your past). How do you think you get this?

You are terrified at the thought of me raising a child because i wouldn't let children under ten argue over marriage??



posted on Jul, 23 2011 @ 05:07 PM
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On television and in the movies what is the very first thing the couple does after they get married?

"How come we can get married but we can't kiss?"

"Can i sleep in the bed with my husband/wife??"

When you have to answer THOSE questions it isn't so "cute/funny" anymore and nine time out of ten you'll wish you never opened Pandoras box.


Go on a honeymoon after the reception. Also they probably already took care of what your thinking long before they are married. \

Who says you can't kiss?

You can sleep in a bed with whoever you want. What does this have to do with your op?





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