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The Playgroup Altercation: Part 2, Your Child is the Victim

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  • The Playgroup Altercation: Part 2, Your Child is the Victim

    How do you handle it when your child is hit, but the other parent doesn't seem to care?

    Judy Arnall, Canadian author of Discipline without Distress, returns with her second-part of the series on handling the playgroup altercation -- this time, your child is the victim and the other parent isn't sympathetic.

    “You hear a loud thud, an ear-piercing scream, and then your child appears before you wearing a tear-stained cheek and red eyes and is pointing to another child. Apparently, your son was hit by another parent’s daughter in the playgroup and you are wondering what to do. The mother is busy chatting away to another parent and is missing the whole scenario. What is the best way to handle playgroup altercations that leaves everyone feeling content and supported?”
    Read more at: API members: Use the login provided to you in the Summer 2009 issue of The Attached Family magazine or contact