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How in the world are you supposed to deal with problem parents? You assign problem parents more homework or send them to the principal’s office (although, when extra action needs to be taken, you most definitely can ask for the principal’s help.) So, what are you supposed to do with problem parents?
Dr. Michael G. Thompson breaks down problem parents into 4 categories: the aggressive parent, the anxious parent, the denying parent, and the culturally different parent. We are going to summarize and focus on how to deal with the first three types of problem parents.
Problem Parent #1 – The Aggressive Parent
The aggressive parent can be the most intimidating type of problem parent to deal with. Here are some hints as to how to deal with this type of problem parent:
Problem Parent #2 – The Anxious Parent
It is going to be very difficult to reassure an anxious parent. Such a problem parent can be highly unreasonable. Here are a few hints for dealing with an anxious parent:
Problem Parent #3 – The Denying Parent
How in the world should you deal with a denying parent? Such a parent may deny everything that you say, even if you have proof. Here are some tips in to deal with this sort of problem parent:
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