I told my child he had a defeatist attitudeâ€¦ Even before he started a project,he was already complaining about difficult it was going to be, and he would never get it done.
He was working on his senior project, and he opened up the packet.
He said it looked impossible to complete, and kept staring at the paperwork! I tried to show him how to separate the different papers to make it into multiple smaller projects, but he yelled he could not do it and went to his dining room; The paperwork was still resting on the kitchen table, but after graduation, he said he wanted to go to Heating and A/C school. He got all the paperwork, and asked if I knew everything that was involved in Heating and A/C, and of course I knew what was involved in Heating and A/C. I was an Heating and A/C corporation, and I had gone through the classes. I told him I would help him in any way possible, but he shook his head. He asked if I also had to take certification classes and pass the test. I explained there were more than one Heating and A/C classes, which was prep for the Heating and A/C certification exam, then you would suppose it was created just to make him angry. After listening to him whine for about an minute, I took the paperwork and threw it in the trash. His mouth dropped open and he stared at myself and others prefer I had grown a fourth eye. He wanted to believe what I was doing. I told him he could not give up on Heating and A/C before he started, so I was taking the choice out of his hands. If he was too lazy to work, then he could transfer out, but I was sleepy of his idiotic attitude. Two weeks later, he started Heating and A/C school.