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Are even YOU tired of listening to your Freudian Excuse? " Guy for a tiny crumb of respect really starting to get on your nerves?This is when standing your own ground comes to play. Time to take a page from and let your parental figure know how you REALLY feel.

If you don’t find the info you need in this column, please visit the Dear Wendy archives or the forums (you can even start your own thread), or submit a question for advice.

In such a case, someone who loves the child figure may step in and deliver the calling out vicariously — "How dare you treat your child like that, you monster! Gibbs: Well, Tony gets his personality from somewhere.

" Spouses, boyfriends/girlfriends, aunts/uncles, mentors, best friends, or possibly even older siblings may step in and take on this job for someone unwilling or unable to do it for themselves. I'm betting there's a lot of things in your life you don't share.

Even Oedipus got nailed for it eventually, and he didn't even KNOW the man was his father.) You see this trope whenever a child figure (who is most often fully adult in age, but in rare cases may still be a child or teenager) goes into full-on confrontational mode with a parent figure they feel has severely wronged them.

"Child" and "parent" can be fairly loose here — it's the power relationship that's key, not the genetics.

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