Notes to Self: Daily Reminders

  • Overlook it. If you can't overlook it, forgive it.
  • It's their life.
  • If they want advice, they'll ask for it.
  • Keep up your own interests.
  • Be enthusiastic. It beats being critical.
  • It's better to be liked than right.
  • Let them treat you to something.
  • Keep good-housekeeping tips to yourself

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October 29, 2010

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Susan Adcox

This sounds like an excellent approach to the problem. Of course, nothing is going to work every time, but repetition of the sentence, "That behavior is not acceptable," should get the message across. I just think the grandmother should be sure to not let the dust-up prevent her from having fun with her grandson later--even if it's only five minutes later.

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