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Originally Posted by MommyMine
I would relax and ASK the bm what happened instead of being in a twit and freaking out and assuming.
You may find the child has not relayed the whole story.
I would think long and hard about times when you didn't parent as well as you ought to have- I know you have those moments, we all do.
Then with those moments in mind I would ask her what happened. If you are not accusing and stay calm and in a "problem solving " mode with her you might be able to coach her on a better way to handle a freaking screaming kid- those of us who were slapped as kids at those moments have had to learn a new way to react. You can help her learn or be agressive and ensure she continues- in which case court will be your best recourse.
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