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Mom asks if she was wrong to embarrass son by asking classmates about their bedtimes.

Mom asks if she was wrong to embarrass son by asking classmates about their bedtimes.

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Getting a teenager to adhere to a bedtime is almost as difficult as trying to get them out of bed in the morning.

A mom was fed up with her son's excuses and the nightly war of attrition, and went about it in a way that makes him even less likely to listen to her.

She posted on "Am I The A**hole?":

So recently my son has been refusing to follow his bedtime and going to sleep at absurdly late times such as 3am. I always argue with him about it but he simply refuses to listen to me and one of the arguments he used was "none of my friends have a bedtime."

At first I told him to give me a signed letter from his friends saying that they didn't have a bedtime if this was really true. However, he said that no one would ask their friends to do such a thing at school so he refused.

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