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not so much a friend
February 21, 2005
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What to do about a fellow classmate who told me that my 3 yr.old child was brat,disrespectful, abusive, child. Who needed to be spanked, for not allowing me to study. She said a lot more concerning things to me, but I'm more upset about the personnal attack on my child. I'm not sure how I should deal with the fact that I have to see her every class now. It's a massage school, so were supposed to comfortable w/ those we have to work with. She also has a big mouth,& I concerned what she has said behind my back.

February 21, 2005
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Wow, this persona must not have kids, as she does not understand how us moms will fight until death, whoever gets in our way about protecting our kids!! I always hated those remarks, and someone with a big mouth who thinks they know it all ALWAYS opens their's.
She sounds like a waste of your time. Just tell her to be quiet that you are not interested in her opinions.
Or thank her, and tell her you would prefer to not hear her opinions anymore.

February 21, 2005
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Hi e.a.d.: Is the child present during class? Maybe the class is being disrupted? Or is this in another situation? If it is out of her presence, its none of her business.

February 22, 2005
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Dear On my way & sdesigns,

No he isn't in the class. When she calls he is usaully needing something. She doesn't think she needs to wait while I take care of him. I was potty training him on that day, so needless to say, he needed help. I went ahead and spoke with someone in our class, she informed me that the girl IS nuts. By the way she is 4 weeks preg.. LOL
Not only did the girl verbally attack me, but she admitted that she physically picked up a strangers child by the neck and moved him, because he was in her way. "the dumb-! mom wasn't noticing", so she took matters in her own hands." Crazy?

I realize now that she is a person with major aggression problems, And has too big of a mouth. I will no longer be needing any of her opinions. She doesn't have the right to tell me, as a loving mother of three very good boys, how to discipline. I know abuse when I see it, now. I think she might be going into the wrong proffession, The healing power of touch, which is what I am learning, is not to be used to control anyone, especially the ones you love. Thanks for taking the time to respond. e.a.d.

February 22, 2005
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Dear on my way,
Do you have sons?
Just wondering......

e.a.d.>my boys 🙂

February 22, 2005
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e.a.d.

In addition, maybe she is feeling some bad feelings about being pregnant herself, which is why she is taking things out on other moms? Just an idea...

But not an excuse to say something like that. I'm glad you are not accepting her opinions and able to write them off.

My friends' sister has a four-year-old girl, and I was observing them this weekend for the first time, and it just blew me away, the strength and patience it takes to be a mom. I don't have kids and am nowhere near having them, but I've thought of myself and what I will be like when I do have kids. I just really admire all of the mothers out there. It takes so much strength and I am just grateful to my own mom for all the care and guidance that she gave me. From what I see, moms are this silent strength for all the world, and they are rarely recognized for the truly amazing things they do. So power to you, e.a.d., and all the other moms on this site. You are truly admired.

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