I have a friend who hasn't specified weather she is angry with me or not but I get the hint with the unanswered txt and phone calls.
Anyway she has a daughter around my daughters age and she is a terror! screams temper tantrums, and god forbid she doesn't get things her way!! Well my child really enjoys being around her when shes not screaming her head off and demanding things from her (my kid is really easy going) but the other day my child flat out refused to go for a visit, shes never been this way with any other friend before. well I told this friend and she tried to make it seem like it was not just her daughter oh no it has to be my kid too!! cause her daughters and angel (mind you I have seen this child hit her mom before and she constantly screams at her)she's always saying tell her the truth so she can correct it and when I did she snubbed me.I have a to each his own mentality with parenting unless affects my kid.
Answer by HappyHmsklNapps at 5:50 AM on Jun. 30, 2011
Answer by JKQMom at 5:54 AM on Jun. 30, 2011
Bad behavior comes from two areas. (1) Poor parenting, where a child isn't taught to be respectful, kind and courteous. (2) A child who is wired differently, developmentally delayed or has a special need. If the behavior is due to (1), I can see where you're stepping on your friend's toes. If it comes from (2), your friend could be in denial.
The other thing to realize is that some mistakes will be made - even by kids who are well parented and not disabled. You don't say how old these kids are. If they are under 3, this behavior is somewhat developmentally appropriate.
Answer by JSD24 at 7:05 AM on Jun. 30, 2011
Answer by cat4458 at 7:21 AM on Jun. 30, 2011
Answer by samurai_chica at 8:04 AM on Jun. 30, 2011
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