“I’m a yeller,” she said, she being the mother of three young children.
“No,” I replied, “you’re not. There is no genetic predisposition toward yelling, and no biochemical or neurological condition that makes yelling inevitable much less irresistible.”
“But I yell at my kids all the time it seems.”
“I’m not arguing with that.”
“Well, why then do I yell?”
“My best answer, based on experience, is that you yell for the same reason many of today’s mothers yell: you’re trying not to be mean.”
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