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Subject: Re: Genuinely stumped

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Date Posted: 13:56:08 08/31/21 Tue
In reply to: Michelle 's message, "Genuinely stumped" on 12:25:50 08/31/21 Tue

Hi my son is 8 now but last school year we had the very same issue with him when he got into a fight with another boy at school. The principal called us to come pick him up after school and told us that one of the teachers witnessed it and that he wasn't the one who started the fight verbally or physically, but that once he got hit he hit the other boy back. My husband and I sat down with him and told him he would never get in trouble with us at all as long as he wasn't the one instigating the fight, but I told him in no uncertain terms that if I were to find out that he started a fight or ever escalated a verbal argument into a physical fight then I would spank his little bare butt until he couldn't sit down. So I guess the question is have you ever laid out for her expressly what is acceptable when it comes to conflict resolution? It sounds like although the other girl might have been incredibly rude that it was your daughter who escalated it. If it's never been an issue before and you haven't talked about it maybe just a warning that her behavior was not ok, however if she knows she was not supposed to have done that then I think a spanking would be in order. Either way i'm curious how you handle it.

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