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30th Mar '17 3:21:01 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''VideoGame/Persona5'': Makoto Niijima's older sister Sae was PromotedToParent after their father's death. While Sae ''does'' love Makoto, she also views her as a burden and tells her as such in a fit of anger, something she [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone immediately regrets]].
1st Mar '17 9:19:17 AM Monolaf317
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--->'''Abe''': If I hadn't taken that stupid tonic 38 years ago, you'd have never been born and I'd have been happy. '''You were an accident'''!

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--->'''Abe''': If I hadn't taken that stupid tonic 38 years ago, you'd have never been born and I'd have been happy. '''You happy! '''[[KickTheDog You were an accident'''!accident!]]'''
11th Dec '16 2:06:25 AM Nazetrime
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* In ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'' Sigrun is not happy at all when she finds out that the civilian who hid in one of the expedition's food supply crates is going to have to stay with her crew until the end of their mission. When her employer suggests fiding a way to make him useful, her first thought is "[[PlagueZombie Troll]] decoy". She gets better about it within two days, as when a troll actually attacks the non-immune civilian, she shields him with her arm. Being TheImmune makes the bite much less of a life risk for Sigrun, but the resulting wound is still quite nasty. Also, as she is getting the wound treated, she notices that the whole thing being such a close call has caused the TerrifiedOfGerms civilian to think he may have been infected anyway and makes sure to have TheMedic reassure him on the subject.
5th Dec '16 5:35:12 AM ClatoLawa
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* In ''Fanfic/BackToUs'', Adrien is sent to Milan after his father's death and exposure as the supervillain Hawk Moth, to live with his mother's sister and her family in Milan. While they treated him well, Adrien eventually found out that they didn't care about him and were only afraid that he'd turn out like his father (not understanding how the Miraculous worked).
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24th Nov '16 7:42:02 AM Monolaf317
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Compare MaternalDeathBlameTheChild, when the guardian (usually a father) resents the child because [[DeathByChildbirth the mother died giving birth to said child]] or for reasons otherwise.

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Compare MaternalDeathBlameTheChild, when where the guardian (usually a father) resents the child because [[DeathByChildbirth the mother had died giving birth to said child]] or for reasons otherwise.
12th Oct '16 5:58:42 PM bobwolf
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Storks}}'': With her beacon destroyed, the storks were forced to raise Tulip. Hunter makes it clear that he views her as a burden to the company and wants her fired on her 18th birthday, because that's the earliest they can legally get away with it.
19th Sep '16 9:55:47 PM PaulA
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* In the ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'' novel "For the Love of Evil," Parry (who later becomes Satan) is forced on a sorcerer by the Church and lord of the manor. At first, he is this trope (because the sorcerer wanted to sacrifice Parry in a spell), but that changes significantly as Parry grows older.

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* In the ''Literature/IncarnationsOfImmortality'' novel "For the Love of Evil," ''Literature/ForLoveOfEvil'', Parry (who later becomes Satan) is forced on adopted as a baby by a sorcerer who had it forced on him by the Church and lord of the manor. At first, he is this trope (because the sorcerer wanted to sacrifice Parry in a spell), but that changes significantly as Parry grows older.
13th Sep '16 10:57:10 AM DVB
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** Dumbledore is an even greater example, according to back story in the final book. His parents died right around the time he graduated from Hogwarts, and despite being a prodigy he was forced to stay home to raise his younger brother Aberforth and sister Ariana. Then, [[PuttingOnTheReich Gellert Grindelwald]] came into the picture...

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** Albus Dumbledore is an even greater example, according to back story in the final book. His parents died right around the time he graduated from Hogwarts, and despite being a prodigy he was forced to stay home to raise his younger brother Aberforth and sister Ariana. Then, [[PuttingOnTheReich Gellert Grindelwald]] came into the picture...picture...
*** This is an interesting example of this being self-inflicted. Aberforth was taking care of Ariana during this time, but Albus actually ''insisted'' on him doing so, so Aberforth can finish his studies. Albus was more angry about feeling his potential being squandered, but he also cared for his brother and sister and thus wanted Aberforth to finish Hogwarts.
26th Aug '16 9:10:39 AM Monolaf317
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--->'''Homer:''' ''(gasps, [[BrakeAngrily then stops the car]])'' GetOut.

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--->'''Homer:''' ''(gasps, ''({{Gasp}}s, [[BrakeAngrily then stops the car]])'' GetOut.
26th Aug '16 9:08:56 AM Monolaf317
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At an extreme end, the resentment may build up to loathsome levels. They may or may not go the full hog into AbusiveParents but it will be obvious to those around them that it will lead to some level of neglect. Here then, the focus is more on the child trying to get some happiness away from their parent. If the child was adopted by the guardian, an AdoptionDiss, up to an including saying that adopting them was a mistake, is a common insult for them to subject to the child to. Compare MaternalDeathBlameTheChild, when the guardian (usually a father) resents the child because [[DeathByChildbirth the mother died giving birth to said child]] or for reasons otherwise.

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At an extreme end, the resentment may build up to loathsome levels. They may or may not go the full hog into AbusiveParents but it will be obvious to those around them that it will lead to some level of neglect. Here then, the focus is more on the child trying to get some happiness away from their parent. If the child was adopted by the guardian, an AdoptionDiss, up to an including saying that adopting them was a mistake, is a common insult for them to subject to the child to.

Compare MaternalDeathBlameTheChild, when the guardian (usually a father) resents the child because [[DeathByChildbirth the mother died giving birth to said child]] or for reasons otherwise.



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