When a daughter removes a cancer patient’s wig, her father makes her shave her head as retaliation.

Many people think the sentence was excessively severe.

As parents, we try to teach our kids to distinguish between good and wrong, but we fall short for various reasons. One father discovered that his daughter had been picking on a student with cancer at school. Things progressed so far that she even removed the girl’s wig. This infuriated the father, who then decided to take matters into his own hands by punishing his daughter in a way that sparked controversy and a range of reactions online. After receiving criticism for handling his bully daughter, the father eventually removed the post.

I have exclusive custody of my ex-16-year-old wife’s daughter (she has since gone on with her new family). Recently, my daughter was disciplined at school for making fun of a fellow student who had lost her hair due to cancer treatment. Including removing her wig,” he said as he began his article.

I don’t think that even comes close to justifying her behavior, even though there appears to be some initial animosity between them.

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It turned out that they didn’t get along because his daughter was now dating the ex-boyfriend of the other girl.

“At some time, the other girl said how my daughter’s boyfriend was just using her for sex,” the father told CafeMom. “This was a major shock as I had no idea she was sexually active.” “That’s what caused the incident involving the wig to escalate. Since my daughter began dating the alleged guy, they are said to have been fighting in class. Simply naive, ‘he said, she said,’ teenage babble.

He gave his daughter two options to pick from after learning what had happened and what she had done to teach her a lesson. First, he should destroy all of her equipment, and second, she should visit the salon and receive a bald haircut. The daughter made the latter decision and shaved her head to attend school.

“…Everyone believes I went too far. Her mother attacked me furiously, claiming that it would make her the subject of bullying (kind of the purpose, instill compassion in her),” the father wrote.

Though not many agreed, he thought he had done the right thing. Many people took the time to voice their opinions about the circumstance. “Your daughter is a bully because you are a bully,” one commenter remarked. I sincerely doubt this is the first time you’ve ‘taught her a lesson by abusing and humiliating her. Someone else continued, “There’s a name for what you did. It is known as child abuse. Her electronics should have been taken away as punishment. It would have been fair to have grounded her. Her right to physical autonomy should not be violated, and she should not be made to feel ashamed. She probably won’t take anything away from it; if anything, it could keep the bullying cycle going.

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Many commended his parenting, nevertheless. “I wholeheartedly concur with your choice. Since you are her father, you have every right to act this way; it is not abusive and reflects reality. Someone who supported the father wrote, “If she’s comfortable criticizing someone for something they have no control over, she ought to experience it for herself.

Another supporter said, “She will realize what kind of influence her acts had on the victim, and that will teach her a vital lesson.

What do you think, then? Do you think the father’s punishment was excessive? Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below.

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