my daughter is only five going on six in jan. and it seems everyday she is coming home complaining about one of the girls in her class does not want to be her friend for some silly reason. oneday they are friends and the next day they are not. I and her father tell her all the time that everyone is not going too want to be her friend. And she just be around the people that would like to be friends. I do not know what else more I can do to make her feel better. Because now she is talking about not wanting to go to school. I do not want my child to dislike school because she can not make friends with a certain group of girls. I also feel she is too young to be going threw this problem, if anyone has any better suggestions for my problem please let me know I would greatly appreciated!Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 8:46 PM on Dec. 29, 2008 in School-Age Kids (5-8)
Answer by Bearsjen at 8:52 PM on Dec. 29, 2008
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Answer by scaredmommy08 at 8:59 PM on Dec. 29, 2008
The only advice that I would say is that if this little girl comes up to your daughter again that she should say "If you can't be nice, then I can not play with you". I would then tell my daughter to be firm with her words & then walk away. This shows the little girl that your daughter is a leader & has confidence. Children are smart & the first thing that they play off of is "how far can I go with you?" Maybe this will get the little girl at your daughters school to be herself & stop pretending. If your daughter still has problems I would then let the teacher know so that they are aware of the situation & can watch their interactions more closely. Best Wishes to you & your daughter!
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