No offence taken. To clarify I generally assume the best about people's intentions but I have a very low tolerance for when things like this happen. To me - it doesn't matter what people's intentions are. What matters if what (if anything) was broken that lead to the crap thing happening.
You generally see the best about people all round which is also a positive quality.
Have your say, sure...but stop telling everyone else they're wrong and insisting that your view is right over and over again; because you would stress me out big time if it was me reaching out in an already stressed situation. I can only imagine that it probably feels the same for the people asking for help in the first place.
Last edited by Full House; 18-02-2016 at 19:00.
I am not going to back down and say the daycare staff were not at fault or that the OP's husband did the right thing when 1) I don't know that was the case 2) I don't believe that was the case. If people want me to stop saying I think my view is right (and I still think I'm right)... They need to stop telling me they think I'm wrong - in not going to ignore quotes and comments directed at me. It's that simple.
VicPark at the moment you do seem to be making threads more point scoring than actually caring about original posters.
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