kids. Thursday , March 09th , 2017 - 22:56:39 PM
Lets pretend your kids, Jack and Jessica, bring up the problem Jacks having with the bully next door. As a family, gather around the table to discuss it .The family meeting rules will help you.
2. The next possible solution would be to suggest to the other parent that they attend a counseling session with you in an attempt to resolve these issues. What often happens is that the hostile parent cannot separate out their personal issues with the other parent and much of the time is spent with them expressing their unresolved anger toward the non-hostile parent. This only works when the hostile parent is honest enough to see that they are contributing to this problem. What often happens is that this parent would rather be hostile and is often afraid of attending counseling sessions since it is obvious that their behavior is inappropriate. They would rather not face this and so counseling is often out of the question.
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