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Mother's Annoying Her Children

Q: I am a mother and I live with my children in a single house containing four rooms each for one person. Due to my bad temper I sometimes push the chair with my foot an act which makes unpleasant noise that annoys my neighbors and those living with me and if they make objections, I say rudely 'if you do not like it, you can leave the house'. Am I allowed to push the chair like that?

A: The mother has no right to do what the common view sees annoying and harmful to others even her children. She is, also, not allowed to force the children to leave the house that they have right to live in.

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