A parent said they don't like my daughter, how do you respond?
February 6, 2017 2:01pm CST
My daughter is friends with a girl who lives just two streets away, we see her maybe twice a year. I found out that the girl's parents don't like my daughter and that's why we don't see her that much. She's a great kid and comes over when she needs a place to hang and catch up with our family. Our house is the sort of a place where friends come over we go and get sodas and French fries and laugh and swing in the hammock, a place to relax, my daughter has a few friends' places where she goes to have fun as well. Teens need a place to chill and I'm supportive of any teen who just needs a breather. I found that the girls parents don't like my daughter but I've never seen them fight or have a disagreement. Should I find out why?
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• United States
8 Feb 17
I'm gonna find out, probably roll my eyes at the petty excuse. The thing is, her daughter comes to our house to get away from her house, but not that often. Kids need a place to chill and hang out, my daughter has a friends house she goes to and chills.
6 Feb 17
I don't know but better ask your daughter first while she is not on the liking of her friend's parents. Or ask your daughter's friends. Actually, sometimes there are parents who does not like their children's friends because they think that they are bad influence to their kids, but sometimes they are just snob and think highly on themselves. I am just afraid that if you ask them it will ignite a fire that will lead to a more misunderstanding to a quarrel. But the best thing to do is to really look after your daughter and secure her future. Always make sure that she is still on the right track of her life. If she is doing well, or if she is undergoing some teenage challenges in life. Just take care of your daughter not too tight not to loose... and who cares if someone does not like her, as long as you are assured that she is not doing anything wrong that can harm her future and others -- that is the only that matters.
• United States
8 Feb 17
My house is the place where a lot of kids swing by, jump in the hammock, we go get sodas and French fries, we have a fire pit, its a chill place. Maybe her mom is jealous, who knows. Even my daughter doesn't understand why.
7 May 18
So this is an Old Post. Did you ever follow up ask their parents are asking other parents or maybe did your daughter find out from her friend!? By the way I used to be Artemis432 but I just came back on and I don't remember my sign in or the old email sign in and I don't have my old phone number because I lived in a different state.