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(AZCentral)   Denise Richards's two children are currently in therapy dealing with their feelings on their parents' divorce. Which, at three and four years old, are about as deep as their feelings on the global economy or Kierkegaard   (azcentral.com ) divider line
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2008-06-26 11:40:48 AM  
denise richards trifecta in play?
 
2008-06-26 11:42:07 AM  
I know fark's all about snark, but I have no doubt that my 4 and 6 year old would have very real feelings if going through something like that. Would they know how to express them? No, but then again, I know 40 year olds who can't do that.
 
2008-06-26 11:42:14 AM  
they don't even remember their parents being together
 
2008-06-26 11:43:41 AM  
Maybe the kiddies have issues over the sham of that breastfeeding.
`Mommy, your tits taste like a plastic shower curtain.'
 
2008-06-26 11:50:51 AM  
I can't help but think Denise made it much worse for them just so they would need therapy. She gets her name in headlines as a result and she continues being the attention whoring biatch that she is.
 
2008-06-26 11:52:05 AM  
These poor kids are going to be farked up as a result of having this twisted woman as a mother.
 
2008-06-26 11:53:00 AM  
Kierkegaard isn't mentioned in the philosopher's song, so how would they know about him?
 
2008-06-26 11:53:17 AM  
Maybe Britney can adopt them or something.
 
2008-06-26 11:54:32 AM  
Because children don't have feelings.
 
2008-06-26 11:56:13 AM  
Mangoose: Because children don't have feelings.

They're like goldfish that way.

Can't flush 'em though.
 
2008-06-26 12:00:35 PM  
Whatthefark: I can't help but think Denise made it much worse for them just so they would need therapy. She gets her name in headlines as a result and she continues being the attention whoring biatch that she is.

Charlie?
 
2008-06-26 12:01:42 PM  
Despite being indifferent up until the past few months, recently I don't think I can hate a human being more than I currently do Denise Richards.
 
2008-06-26 12:01:43 PM  
Ashtrey

Yes you can. You just need something bigger than a toilet. Like a river.
 
2008-06-26 12:03:59 PM  
Was it Kierkegaard or Dick Van Patten who said, "If you label me, you negate me?"
 
2008-06-26 12:04:00 PM  
Mangoose: Ashtrey

Yes you can. You just need something bigger than a toilet. Like a river.


Or New Orleans.
 
2008-06-26 12:08:54 PM  
My parents divorced when I was 3. I barely remember any of it.
 
2008-06-26 12:12:09 PM  
Whatthefark: I can't help but think Denise made it much worse for them just so they would need therapy. She gets her name in headlines as a result and she continues being the attention whoring biatch that she is.

I actually doubt that. I think that they DON'T need therapy, but where's the attention whoring in that?

/Also, people with a lot of (their ex-husband's) money will find things to spend it on. Believe it or not, they think of things like this as good parenting. They aren't like the rest of us. Also, they need to justify unrealistic support demands.
 
2008-06-26 12:13:33 PM  
The Glass Dragon Was it Kierkegaard or Dick Van Patten who said, "If you label me, you negate me?"

It was Hitler
 
2008-06-26 12:13:45 PM  
Yeah, 'cause little children never love both their parents and don't notice when one suddenly moves out, submitter, you mincing little blowhard.

fark you child haters.
 
2008-06-26 12:14:52 PM  
Unlike Farkers, they don't pretend to know.
 
2008-06-26 12:16:08 PM  
Subby gets a +1 for referring to the most underrated philosopher of the 19th century.
 
2008-06-26 12:16:44 PM  
If the parents had separated and then divorced like adults, acting maturely and keeping the best interests of their children in mind, these kids wouldn't need therapy.
 
2008-06-26 12:22:15 PM  
+0 Subby.

Everyone knows that no one can read Kierkegaard, and consequently, Denise Richards probably cant read. I tried reading a few pages of Fear and Trembling before I felt like I might have an aneurysm.

Seriously. Its like he's never heard the phrase "Get to the point.."
 
2008-06-26 12:30:23 PM  
Dynascape: Everyone knows that no one can read Kierkegaard

His writing is beautiful, even in translation. I admit though that the first 5 pages of TSUD took me a week to get through.

A human being is spirit. But what is spirit? Spirit is the self. But what is the self? The self is a relation that relates itself to itself or is the relation's relating itself to itself in the relation; the self is not the relation but is the relation's relating itself to itself. A human being is a synthesis of the infinite and the finite, of the temporal and the eternal, of freedom and necessity, in short, a synthesis. A synthesis is a relation between two. Considered in this way a human being is still not a self.... In the relation between two, the relation is the third as a negative unity, and the two relate to the relation and in the relation to the relation; thus under the qualification of the psychical the relation between the psychical and the physical is a relation. If, however, the relation relates itself to itself, this relation is the positive third, and this is the self.

-Soren Kierkegaard (The Sickness Unto Death)

 
2008-06-26 12:33:45 PM  
... it's good they have an outlet to deal with their feelings and someone who is just their advocate.

Like a mother?
 
2008-06-26 12:42:30 PM  
"On the other hand, it's good they have an outlet to deal with their feelings and someone who is just their advocate"


Denise...that's supposed to be you. You're Mom. Geez.
 
2008-06-26 12:46:28 PM  
Jefferson Biatchmagnet: Kierkegaard isn't mentioned in the philosopher's song, so how would they know about him?

Well, it IS hard to rhyme something with Kierkegaard.
 
2008-06-26 12:47:05 PM  
austinradiogod: These poor kids are going to be farked up as a result of having this twisted woman as a mother.

Yes, my nephews have a mom like that, bipolar actually. They are about the same age as these kids. They know what is going on. Kids aren't dumb. When she screams, they get scared. When my brother has them for the weekend and his ex-wife calls, the kids talk to her on the phone and then tell my brother "Mommy doesn't like you very much does she?"

Sad.
 
2008-06-26 12:50:34 PM  
FTFA: "...has revealed her children are seeking professional help to cope with their feelings about their parents' bitter split."

WTF?

Anyway, she better start saving up for the therapy they'll need when they get to be old enough to decide whose house they want to go to for Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4th, birthdays, Tuesday, Hanukkah, Ramadan, Tooth Fairy day, vacations, any day that ends in Y, etc...... Because that is when kids get farked up about their stupid divorced fighting parents.
 
2008-06-26 01:00:41 PM  
www.nbbd.com
 
2008-06-26 01:01:27 PM  
Crap, wrong thread...
 
2008-06-26 01:08:49 PM  
TeddyRooseveltsMustache: Crap, wrong thread...

Not really. The planes are a great escape mechanism.
 
2008-06-26 01:15:15 PM  
Denise Richards is just being a typical vindictive biatch and using the kids as a weapon against her ex.

Any dad who's been through a divorce/custody battle has also gone through the whole "thanks to YOU, our children need therapy" bit.

It's amazing how the husband is usually the one to try and work together on child-rearing, and the woman uses the kids as a weapon of vengeance...
 
2008-06-26 01:27:17 PM  
Giblet: Denise Richards is just being a typical vindictive biatch and using the kids as a weapon against her ex.

Any dad who's been through a divorce/custody battle has also gone through the whole "thanks to YOU, our children need therapy" bit.

It's amazing how the husband is usually the one to try and work together on child-rearing, and the woman uses the kids as a weapon of vengeance...


I'm sure if men got full custody more, there would be more manipulation through the children on the part of men. However, women tend to get custody more and therefore men are automatically put in the vulnerable position in regards to the children.
 
2008-06-26 01:27:43 PM  
Mangoose: Ashtrey

Yes you can. You just need something bigger than a toilet. Like a river.


not if you cut them into very small pieces
 
2008-06-26 01:58:12 PM  
Also, they need to justify unrealistic support demands.

THIS. THIS THIS THIS THIS.

A friend of mine went through a divorce and his ex was getting the kids looked at by every psych specialist she could lay her hands on to try and jack up what "monthly costs" would be for the kids' maintenance, implying the costly treatments would be ongoing. Once the divorce was finalized and the payments set, wouldn't you know it, they got better and didn't need such fancy doctorin' no more.
 
2008-06-26 02:10:36 PM  
coco ebert: Giblet: Denise Richards is just being a typical vindictive biatch and using the kids as a weapon against her ex.

Any dad who's been through a divorce/custody battle has also gone through the whole "thanks to YOU, our children need therapy" bit.

It's amazing how the husband is usually the one to try and work together on child-rearing, and the woman uses the kids as a weapon of vengeance...

I'm sure if men got full custody more, there would be more manipulation through the children on the part of men. However, women tend to get custody more and therefore men are automatically put in the vulnerable position in regards to the children.



Maybe... But I was speaking from personal experience and I *DID* get full custody...
 
2008-06-26 02:43:09 PM  
Marla Singer's Laundry: Yeah, 'cause little children never love both their parents and don't notice when one suddenly moves out, submitter, you mincing little blowhard.

fark you child haters.


Summed it up better than I could.
 
2008-06-26 04:18:30 PM  
My oldest daughter was 4 when her mother left, and believe me she has very real emotions about it. She'll tell me that mommy should've never left us, she wishes that her mommy was around and that I should've done more to stop her from leaving. I explain things the best I can without trash talking her. Kids definitely know what's going on around them, even if it's not so easy for them to express it.
 
2008-06-26 05:00:13 PM  
Three and four? They likely don't quite understand the ramifications of what's going on.

You know what's fun, though? They'd be better off learning and talking with their parents... not therapists. But yeah, this is the "let someone else take care of my kids" parental generation.
 
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