What to say to a daughter who hates you?

Say ‘I’m sorry you hate me, because I love you very much. ‘ Then add, ‘It’s okay that you‘re angry, but you still have to turn off the TV. ‘” You can mention that everyone gets upset occasionally, but it’s not all right to take it out on someone else.” ~ from When Your Child Says “I Hate You” on Parenting.com.

How do you deal with a teenage daughter that hates you?

Do correct any behavior that is intolerable (you might tell them “You are free to be frustrated but you may not speak rudely”), and enforce the rules you have set. But don’t engage if you yourself are fuming. Tell your kid you need a minute. Go take a walk.

Why do I feel like my teenage daughter hates me?

Teens want to feel that they’re more in control of their relationships and lives. They’re striving for an increased sense of independence. These feelings often translate to disrespectful, rebellious behavior. According to an article by Psychology Today, children can sense parental stress and will react negatively.

What is the most psychologically damaging thing you can say to a child?

How do you let go of a child you love?

Ellen Perkins wrote: “Without doubt, the number one most psychologically damaging thing you can say to a child is ‘I don’t love you‘ or ‘you were a mistake’.