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Did This Dad ‘Humiliate’ High School Daughter By Moving Her Room Outside Because She Didn’t Listen [POLL]

I can totally relate to this.

I don’t have any kids (thankfully, yet) but, my parents were the exact same way to this! If my parents told me to clean my room or do something and I didn’t well, sometimes it wasn’t just a slap on the wrist.

Do you think this dad went too far? Or is this totally acceptable?

Craig Schlichenmeyer, a soldier, Monday moved all of his 17-year-old daughter’s belongings to the driveway  from her room along with a plywood sign that read, “Haley, room moved to driveway/clean it next time.”

He sent the picture to his daughter who thought it was a joke. It wasn’t. Haley and her parents are on good terms now but, he says he didn’t intend for it to go this far.

He didn’t mean to humiliate her but, he also wants her to know that she needs to listen, have pride and have respect.

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