One of my friends horrified me one day by disciplining my child without warning (over something I considered to not even be bad behavior). In addition, he invites me + son to dinner and doesn't serve dinner until 9 or 10 at night. Once he insisted on driving and kept my son and I out until 11pm when my son had school the next day.
Do you avoid your friends without kids? Only hang out with them when your children aren't around? Set firm rules with them?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:31 AM on May. 15, 2010 in Relationships
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Answer by coala at 10:32 AM on May. 15, 2010
Its hard when your friends dont have children.. They dont understand most of the time that you cant just drop things at the spur of the moment.. But Your friend should not discipline your child at all that is your job as the parent to discipline when you feel that the situation calls for it. Most times I see my friends dont have alot of patience or get annoyed. So I plan things separate with them going to the movies and etc... It just seems easier to me.
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