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Should you be able to discipline someone else's child?


How would you deal with someone else's child if they had done something terrible while in your care? You may be babysitting/child minding for a friend or relative or have visitors with children when something very bad happens that needs adult intervention. Do you treat them and the situation the same as you would your own child? Your house rules may be very different to someone else's, so what do you do?

 

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    AussieTreeChange 4 years ago

    I agree, rules and boundaries are important. Thanks for your comment.

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    Lizam1 4 years ago

    You may be helping the mommy and the child out if you follow through with changing undesirable behaviour. Just let her know what happened and how you managed it.

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