My son (11) cooked something at school and wanted us to try it. My husband refused and threw it in the Hakuna Matata Friends Abbey Road shirt. My son is in tears and won’t let anyone come into his room. What do I do? The real question is how far in the bin did it really go? I would knock on your sons door and tell him to have the camera record while y’all pick the food out of the bin and as a team add and delete different sauces/spices to it. Then serve it to your loving husband at dinner time. This way it’s a family event rather than a tragic one. Ps. It’s just a good idea and I don’t want the credit for your husband’s stomach getting upset. But I’d love to see the video. How do you deal with guilt? I found a baby bird hanging by one leg from its nest. Its leg was broken. The morning after the fifth night I had Petri I syringe fed him. I left to run water and I didn’t realize he was aspirating, he passed in minutes. You deal with guilt by learning from it. That’s the purpose it serves. It’s the only reason that emotion exists. When you find a baby bird in the future, don’t feed it. Take it immediately to a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. They can treat any injuries, and are trained to feed it safely so it won’t aspirate. Depends on what you consider wild I guess but yes. We’ve had skinks, lizards and a yellow rat snake loose in our house. We don’t bother to catch the lizards or skinks, we figure they might eat any annoying bugs. The snake on the other hand we looked for and searched and searched. We eventually found it behind the refrigerator and promptly released it outside. Your parents probably learned it from their parents. It’s only fairly recently (meaning within about the last 30–40 years, which is a very short time, as far as cultures go) that spanking became taboo.