It is often not that a relative of the house at Instagram is brutally honest about the good, the evil and the totally ugly side of his concert.
Usually, parents of Insta enjoy sharing leaked photos of their children, delights of their impressive cuisine, handmade gifts and love messages aimed at their babies who, for obvious reasons, can not read them.
But Mike Julianelle, from Brooklyn, is not interested in emitting his parental skill in the world, since he believes that "it can not be broken for that," reports News.com.au.
LOOKING FOR THE PAPA HOUSE
Mike, 42, hates being a father and has built a career telling all people.
"Do not worry, I do not hate my children. I just hate my parents," said the father of two.
Formerly a marketing writer, Mike now suffers a #stayathomelife with his two children, dubbed Detective Munch, 8, and The Hammer, 2, while his wife, Heather, is the first person.
"I do not want to be a home-mate," he wrote this month to his followers on Instagram, which now exceed 80,000.
The father-in-two said that the responsibilities related to the existence of their children were "destroying my social life."
As a way to deal with her new role, Mike is publicly complaining about raising her children, while offering advice on coexistence with children, Instagram, Twitter, her blog and a newly launched podcast that he calls dad and buried .
"I only speak trash about my parents and children," he explained.
His sincere and often hilarious knowledge about the challenges of childhood education has earned thousands of fans around the world, many of which relate to the frustration and exhaustion of being a householder.
But others have criticized their approach, describing it as "sick" and unpleasant for their children.
In a tweet, Mike explained the importance of teaching children and there are consequences for their actions.
"This morning, my son threw his iPad into the room in the form of anger and now he does not understand why I will not let him use it," he wrote.
"THE CONSEQUENCES ARE AGAIN, MARE *** ER!"
IT IS NOT CORT FOR THIS
Mike is currently taking care of her children during summer school vacations and affirmed that things did not start very well.
"It's the second day of my summer as a householder and I've already lost my children," he said.
"Actually, I lost 1.5 day. I do not have it for that."
In a mammoth post that has since attracted worldwide attention, Mike revealed that he did not want to be a father because he has no temperament, patience and interest in the work.
"The circumstances are what they are, and the summer is what it is, someone has to stay home with my children all day," he wrote to Instagram.
"Mom … he has done it for years, and now he is working and I do not do it, so I come back to the chair."
But apart from the "reluctance" and misappropriation, Mike admitted that he had no choice but to improve it.
Mike also admitted that he had accidentally struck his eight-year-old son on his face during a free-wound round, leaving him a bloody nose.
THERE IS NO CHOICE
According to Mike, he understands that "I do not have an option either".
"I do not want to have to find ways to fill my children's days throughout the summer," he wrote.
"I do not want to plan, I do not want to pack things, I do not want to gather them, I do not want to go to places."
Despite his rumors online, Mike is a dedicated father, though crass, which offers a realistic vision of the parents' world.
"They do not deserve a father who is grunts and frustrated before the day has not even begun, and above all, they do not deserve a boring summer," he wrote.
"So far, things do not go so well. But there's nowhere to go, though!"
YOU MAKE A MELA
But Mike has received a good deal of criticism from people who literally take their ranks and describe him as cruel and disagreeable.
"It makes me sick! I hope God your children never read it!" a person wrote to you.
A man, who has been a householder for seven years, argued that Mike "was not a hero or brave to admit the truth."
"This message made me realize that men, including me, are only weak and they choose to b * tch and complain," he wrote.
"Stop thinking, leave social media, reduce your Xbox driver and grow."
Others, however, applauded Mike's "honesty" and celebrated his approach to the face.
"I am a mother at home that is currently very stressed and that I needed this," a fan wrote.
Another added: "I feel everything at the base."
"This message affected me," another father wrote.
"Thanks for not composing a nice gift for tastes and giving parents complexes for this."
Mike admitted that all parents had struggles and days when they prefer not to be parents.
"I suppose the good news is that I do not know," he said.
"This makes it even more crucial to manage it and do what it can to prevent my children from continuing."
"I have to falsify it until they do it. But what's new?"