12:26 am May 17, 2011, by Theresa Walsh Giarrusso
A mom gave me this question but didn’t want to share details to avoid being identified.
She wants to know when you have a kid visiting your house and he/she does something fairly wrong, do you tell the parents when they come to get the kid?
Do you just tell the kid(s) to stop and the incident ends there or do you alert their parents as to what went on?
Give some examples of when you would tell the parents and when you would just correct the behavior and leave it at that.
Would you want to know as a parent or just let them correct the child and don’t embarrass you by telling you what went down?
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