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- July 23, 2008 at 10:30 pm #260465
my daughter had trouble last year in her school, she had been home
schooled before she went to school. she has a different belife systom
then most public school students, she is kind to all the kids vs the
rudness picking teaseing and bullying. i was up at the school so
much it was unreal. to fight the kids hitting her, one hit and she is
covered in bruses, finally to force the schools hand we had to get
the state police involved, suddenly the kids who were hurting her
stopped when the cops showed up at there house. had to do it the bus
garage was working with us to make it stop but her prinapal said we
should expect it, its life. i dont bloody well think so. i told her
my daughter has a right to a life with out being beat up. i also
told her in no uncertian terms that if my little girl had to expect
to be hit while in school because it was life than she should expect
to be hit by me every time my daughter was because that was life.
she didnt think that i should be able to hit her. so i raised my
eyebrow at her and said, and so what are you going to do about this
then. the kids were kicked out for a while and when they were allowed
back at school they werent allowed back on the bus for a week after
wards. some people just dont get it. no one deserves to be hurt.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Walker, Marybeth (LABOR)”
> Maria — As a foster mom who currently has four boys, two of whom
have po*p for brains (sorry, but that’s the truth), these kids really
have no bringing up and no social conscience. I’m not sure what your
answer is, but don’t get your feelings hurt over it. I am loved by
most of my foster kids and even by my own 7 grown kids and their
friends (countless hungry, dirty kids, despite the fact that we lived
in an “affluent” community) because I am kind to everyone, kids
especially, but take it from me, some kids are really messed up and
have no moral code. It has nothing to do with you personally. Don’t
take their garbage, though. If you need to say something to them,
get their parents’ names and phone numbers from them, and let them
know in no uncertain terms that you won’t take their baloney. Some
kids just need to be shown that their behaviors won’t be tolerated
(and shouldn’t have to be). I’m sorry to say this, but as
a “professional mom”, it’s really the truth.
> Mary Beth (please email me off list if you want to discuss this
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