- June 22, 2008 at 7:12 pm #258664
That's true but some times the apple doesn't fall to far from the tree so to speak. I have some friends who's got some very rude kids that live next door. One of them he's about 10 or so cusses like you wouldn't belive, because that's all he hears at home. I wouldn't want my kids to hang out with him. And sometimes bullies learn how to be that way at home. I think I would talk to teachers at school first to see exactly what kind of parents these kids have.
On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 10:22 AM, Lisa <lnewportTX@gmail.com> wrote:
Can you talk to the parents of these boys? I know it's a far stretch
but I think the parents should know how their sons are acting when
they are not around. Most parents would not want their child to behave
I grew up in a semi country area where it was mostly a white
population with some Hispanics and only a handful of black children. I
am half Asian but my cousins came down to live with me. My cousins are
from Taiwan and cultural here are very, very different so they didn't
One boy called my cousin a B*tch and the school bus driver heard and
told his father. His father took to boy to our house and made him
apologize and told us that is not how he wants his boy to grow up.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “maria”
> My son is age 10,he is a special needs child as well as a legally
> disabled child. As long as i can remember he has been picked
> on/called names/even beat up by his peers.
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