Do you hate loud noise from children?



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zeldapsychology
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Thu May 13, 2010 6:02 pm

The other day my little sisters were being loud I told them to be quite 4-5 times then finally raised my voice and yanked them into there rooms. Mom was pissed I touched them/got violent OMG you could of seriously hurt them etc. There loudness hits a certain nerve. I don't meen to be mean but IMO enough IS ENOUGH! (I asked them 4-5 times!) Plus I'm not mom/dad so they don't respect me. but like I said mom/dad are mad at me over what I did. Mom "said" I got up in her face which is why she snatched my hair and slapped me but I didn't see that view point (of getting in her face). So does anyone else not like loudness from children?



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Thu May 13, 2010 6:15 pm

Loud children are like a nail in my brain. I am so lucky my son is quiet, except for when he's mad at a game, then he's awful. Do you think you could find a place to share with a roommate?



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Thu May 13, 2010 6:22 pm

Oh my god, I absolutly can't stand them, especially when I am on plane.



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Thu May 13, 2010 6:43 pm

Aimless wrote:
Loud children are like a nail in my brain. I am so lucky my son is quiet, except for when he's mad at a game, then he's awful. Do you think you could find a place to share with a roommate?



If/WHEN I go back to College I'm considering looking on the bulletinboard for a roommate it is something I'm HIGHLY considering!! !! :-)



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Thu May 13, 2010 7:42 pm

I seem to only have this issue with other peoples kids. My kids don't seem to bother me. But then all three are teenagers now so I don't hear much out of them. lol



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Thu May 13, 2010 8:55 pm

Since I have five kids I can tell you that Ive gotten kinda used to it. When I was younger it was hard for me to take but my oldest son really, broke me in LOL!. He gave a whole new meaning to "difficult child" and he loved to make his sisters scream. I still cant say that it doesnt bother me because I am auditory sensitive. I have three kids from my first marriage. The youngest is 17 (will be 18 next month), she has AS and is very sensitive to my two younger kids being noisy. I allowed her to move in with her boyfriend. She has enough stress and it doesnt need to be compounded by my youngest kids, plus my 5 year old is autistic and my 7 year old has AS so its not good for them either.
I certainly dont agree with the violence on either end but I do understand it. Everyone gets worked up and its a big explosion. Unfortunately you cant tape the kids mouths shut :P, have you tried ear plugs?...You are still very young so I understand its really hard to take the only solution is to try to find some way to get out on your own, I suppose. Good luck in any case.



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Thu May 13, 2010 8:58 pm

I HATE it. No matter where I am.



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Thu May 13, 2010 10:42 pm

Yes I do. I can see myself wearing ear plugs and telling my own kid to be quiet.



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Fri May 14, 2010 6:24 am

I hate children. HATE. Whenever my neices and nephews come over, I hide in my room until they leave and I ALWAYS want to come out and smack them. Ear plugs or head phones don't work. I can still hear them. I always want to tell parents at stores, "If you don't shut that thing up, I will." and smack their kids' mouths. I never wanted to have kids of my own and could see myself being very abusive with them. It's a miracle I did not kill my little neice when she lived with us. I can't stand the lispyish voices of toddlers and young children. My neice never shut up and made me have meltdowns from sensory overload and when we went places, my mum used to actualy have to tell her not to talk sometimes so I wouldn't rage and potentialy hurt her. There are tons of things I hate about kids and one of the things that tops the list is how they never seem to shut up and their horrible lispy voices.


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Fri May 14, 2010 6:33 am

I doNOT like loud noises or being around young kids. It's horrible going to my grandparents for holidays because one of my cousins has 4 kids & another one has 2 kids. I'm not sure who is louder; the kids or my cousins & aunts screaming at em :x I do not like kids but the only women who seem even remotely interested in me have kids or really want them


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Fri May 14, 2010 7:30 am

Kids. Ngh. I don't know how moms tolerate little kids screaming, squealing and generally being wretched little shits.

I can't even tolerate being stuck in a queue with one at the supermarket. I want to pick them up and fling them across the room.

I shall never have kids. My cat is my child substitute. :) (I know, I know, very stereotypical...)


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Fri May 14, 2010 10:48 am

YES! I hate loud noise from children too much to have a child of my own. Part of the responsibility of parents is listening to loud, irrational noises, and that disqualifies me. (Note: I don't lament my childlessness at all. I completely lack the instinctive wish to be a parent, almost to a point that it scares me. I don't find the idea even slightly, slightly attractive. That can't be normal.)



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Fri May 14, 2010 11:14 am

I hate it. Mine are all very loud. In public I'll take them home if they act up. My two eldest have ASD and my youngest is extremely quirky and different and was diagnosed as PDD-NOS but currently isn't exhibiting those symptoms. He's different just not in that way.

I'm not in the spectrum, just my kids are. I don't think this is an NT/AS thing, it's just a kid/adult/youth thing. You do kind of get used to it when it's your own kids, you have to, but I don't think anybody ever likes it. I do not allow my children to touch each other. They do, sometimes, but the OP would have been in trouble in my house too, but so would the younger children if they were very loud.

Sometimes I just send mine outside. We have a large backyard where they can scream all they want without being overly annoying to anybody.



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Fri May 14, 2010 11:33 am

Ragtime wrote:
YES! I hate loud noise from children too much to have a child of my own. Part of the responsibility of parents is listening to loud, irrational noises, and that disqualifies me. (Note: I don't lament my childlessness at all. I completely lack the instinctive wish to be a parent, almost to a point that it scares me. I don't find the idea even slightly, slightly attractive. That can't be normal.)


Don't feel that you're abnormal.

Humans are not like other animals. For, say, a female cat, it's normal to be ruled by her hormones that are telling her to have a baby. For humans, it's different because we have much more of a conscious mind and personality.

No need to be scared of yourself. You are doing the adult and responsible thing by choosing not to have a child when you're not suited to one and do not wish for one. Anyone who tells you different, slap 'em (just messing:))

I also used to feel abnormal and I used to go about saying I wanted babies because other girls and young women did, so I understand. If I'm honest I even decided that I was going to get married and have babies when I was older, I was that determined to be normal. I'd force myself to be normal if it killed me.

I eventually got a bit more self awareness though and realized that wasn't a good thing.


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Fri May 14, 2010 11:58 am

I hate it myself. But I have two kids. And I love them. So I eat the pain, and do the best I can to keep them as quiet as possible. At this point, they matter more to me than my own comfort, so it's not, in the end, that hard to put up with the noise, unless I'm already highly stimulated. At that point I ask my lovely wife to take over and withdraw somewhere quiet.

PunkyKat wrote:
I always want to tell parents at stores, "If you don't shut that thing up, I will." and smack their kids' mouths.


Make a point never to do this. Because odds are that you will end on the losing side of physical violence.



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