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As parents, you want what’s best for your children. Sometimes, this means you become frustrated with decisions made by other parents: perhaps they sent their sick child to school and that child ended up getting your child sick. It might be behavioral; they taught your child a bad word or an unacceptable behavior that your child is now using. Worse still, another child could bully your child.
Which begs the question: Are there ever circumstances under which it is okay to confront another parent? And if so, how should it be done?
First, determine whether a confrontation should happen
To do so, consider the following factors: Continue reading “How to Confront Other Parents at School”