(Closed) Mean mommies

posted 7 years ago in Parenting
Post # 3
4824 posts
Honey bee

You can either 

1) continue to ignore

2) address each comment as the come along with an arsenal of statements you can pull from

“I appreciate your opinion, but I am comfortable with the decision to … (feed my child mac and cheese for lunch). I would appreciate it if you wouldnt judge my … (food choices)”

“Thank you for your feedback, but I just do not agree with you”

“Please do not comment on … as this is my decision to make”

Post # 4
7777 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

Ignore her? I’m really sorry but that’s my only advice. She’s obviously a miserable bully and the best way to get rid of a bully is not to give them any attention. Next time she says something rude, just keep talking like you didn’t even hear her. Eventually, she’ll get the hint that her attitude isn’t affecting you and she’ll go away.

It’s unfortunate that some women feel the need to act like this. : I’m sorry you have to deal with her.

Post # 5
3624 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Yeah I think you need to address each comment as they come instead of trying to point out a pattern of her bullying. If you point it out enough times (and in front of enough people!) she should hopefully get the hint.

I could picture myself telling her to speak with someone about her issues/need to contstantly belittle others, but I’m not sure that would be productive.

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