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What do you do when a stranger hits your child?

What do you do when a stranger hits your child?

The simplest thing to do is to talk, to the child, to your child, and to the parent. Find out what happened, why, and whether there is anything that could have prevented the hitting. Make sure that everyone gets a say, and that the situation doesn’t descend into name or blame games.

How do you handle other people’s children?

Five expert-approved ways to deal with other people’s kids

  1. Keep your counsel. Tempted to tell your sister that her three-year-old needs to learn how to speak with his inside voice when dining out?
  2. Have patience with a child in development.
  3. Be helpful, not critical.
  4. Talk to the kid, not the parent.
  5. When in doubt, distract!
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What do you do when someone is mean to your child?

What to Do When Someone Is Mean to Your Child

  1. Acknowledge there will always be mean people. There will always be people who don’t like you.
  2. Don’t listen to Satan.
  3. Know that kids are mean for a reason.
  4. You should always tell an adult when someone is mean to you.
  5. Don’t be afraid to call the bully out.

How do you deal with strangers?

Stay more than an arm’s reach from strangers. If you are approached by a stranger, seek help immediately. Trust your instincts, if you feel you are being followed or something is not right, seek help immediately. Use the buddy system, avoid walking anywhere alone.

Is it OK to discipline someone else’s kid?

“The general rule of thumb is it’s appropriate to discipline someone’s child whenever there’s aggression or a safety issue, whether it’s in the house or outside the house,” said Kimberly Agresta, a parenting counselor and licensed clinical social worker who co-founded Englewood’s Agresta Psychotherapy Group.

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How do I help my son with mean friends?

Encouraging Healthy Friendships

  1. Find the right fit — don’t just fit in. Encourage kids to think about what they value and are interested in, and how those things fit in with the group.
  2. Stick to your likes.
  3. Keep social circles open and diverse.
  4. Speak out and stand up.
  5. Take responsibility for your own actions.

How do you stop stranger danger?

  1. Watch Out for Strangers in Cars. Watch out for cars that follow you.
  2. When Using a Computer. Be careful who you talk to.
  3. Take Care of Each Other. Always stay with your friends, family, or parents and never walk off alone!
  4. Don’t Talk to Strangers.
  5. Answering the Door.
  6. When Using the Phone.
  7. When Playing Outside.
  8. Know a Safe Zone.

How do you punish your kids that aren’t yours?

It all comes down to taking your cues from the parents.

  1. Know the limits the parents want you to operate within.
  2. Follow the parents’ priorities.
  3. Understand the difference between disciplining a child and reacting to bad behavior.
  4. Putting it together.