What do about a jealous friend of your child?
Complaining every time about your child, this time she has done this, this time this. I am fed up of this. Can you give me some tips how to manage this small jealous friend of my very small kid?
I'm not sure from your wording if you mean this is an adult who is jealous of your child or another child that is your child's friend.
If you mean and adult friend of yours - there is no contest. Your child is a part of you and no one can replace you in the eyes of that child. The friend needs to back up or stay away.
You are a major important part of your child's life and nothing - NOTHING - should come between you and that child.
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