If you hear concerns about boundaries, speak up


If you hear concerns about boundaries, speak up

Parents can learn a lot about their children, and their children’s friends, simply by keeping conversations going whenever possible — after school carpool, snack time, field trips, etc. Pay attention to any conversations that leave you feeling unsettled, and know when it’s important for you to speak up. For example, a child’s friend may tell you she doesn’t like her new history teacher, or he makes her feel uncomfortable. Even if you don’t know the teacher personally, it is well worth communicating the concerns the child has to the school. It can be easier to pick up on levels of discomfort or unease in children rather than watching the adult in question.


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