Would the truth be better than avoidance when you just want to just stop carpooling with a family? We had a disaster with carpooling that only lasted a couple weeks. I asked this of my teen daughter: If anyone says anything or asks why you and Sara aren't riding back & forth what do you plan to say? We know its becuz she was always late & made your Dad late & we were taken advantage of doing most of the carpooling & they wouldn't do the days they said they would putting us on the spot. Don't say anything,act like u didn't hear them,ask them why they want to know, or say it didn't work out. U may be asked so someone can set u up to say something bad. Thats why it is better to know who u can trust.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 11:24 AM on Sep. 3, 2013 in Teens (13-17)
Answer by Mrs_Prissy at 11:30 AM on Sep. 3, 2013
Response to who? Your kids so that they don't say something offensive? You just say 'it wasn't working out for us' and leave it at that.
A response to the people that you were carpooling with and don't want to anymore? You just say 'sorry, it just wasn't working out for us', and leave it at that.
It's not that difficult.
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