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reviewed Leave Closed Child (4-11) does not get into any of their preferred schools - now what? (UK)
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answered How can I make noisy toys quieter?
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answered Travelling when baby is young: bring them or leave them?
Jun
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comment Should I stop my mother in law visiting when she doesn't respect me as the father figure?
I would have to disagree with your first sentence here. You absolutely do not need to let her visit. If my MIL acted like this she would no longer be welcome in our home.
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reviewed Approve Should I stop my mother in law visiting when she doesn't respect me as the father figure?
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reviewed Reviewed How to handle a 11y/o son who act like a girl?
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reviewed No Action Needed Should we force our son to have hobbies?
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reviewed No Action Needed Our daughter won't take a pacifier
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comment How to protect my children from cyber-bullying
I have updated to take into account comments and to clarify. Thanks DA01
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comment How to protect my children from cyber-bullying
I agree in most cases, however in the specific instance of bullying online where bullies may be outwith any possible action, you don't have many options. And in my example it was definitely the right option in so many ways.
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comment Dealing with a devoted mom about moving out
matthew - I would suggest deleting everything except your last two sentences. The rest is background that isn't necessary for the question.
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reviewed Close Dealing with a devoted mom about moving out
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reviewed Reviewed How can I stop Cyber Bullying and prevent this in future for my child?
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answered How to protect my children from cyber-bullying
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comment When should kids get a cellphone?
You can live quite happily now without a mobile phone. It may be a desirable item, but it isn't essential. It's almost a luxury item.
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comment What are the factors for deciding at what age to give a child cell phone?
I think this question is sufficiently covered by the answers on the question Erica linked to.