They sound completely pathetic. Pity them, smile and walk straight past. Be friendly and polite, give a genuine smile to everyone and all the other mums will soon work out they are just b!tches and steer clear.
Its incredibly childish and most adults don't have a lot of time for people like that.
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09-03-2012 15:52 #11
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09-03-2012 15:57 #12
The carpark mafia strikes again...b!shes! Continue to hold your head high and ignore the juvenile comments.
But...if you want to have a bit of fun with them:
hold your phone to your ear and have an imaginary conversation as you slowly walk past them.
"no, the trust won't release the 6.3 million until next July" ...pause
"oh, I know! Such a life changing amount, we can't believe it!"
See how fast they clamour to get back in your good books.
If they ever mention it to your face, or if the rumours start going around, well, you were talking about a lucky friend, weren't you?
09-03-2012 15:57 #13
I am so sorry this happened. What horrible people! It is no wonder children are bullying when this is the behaviour they have to model .
There was an incident with one of the mothers in my child's prep class that made me feel yuck.
Since then I have found a couple of decent parents and I just talk to them!
I am not sure if there is someone you can go to. You could try your child's teacher as it is affecting them as well
09-03-2012 16:02 #14Senior Member
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I would ignore them and get to know some other parents by either just taking to them or joining the parents and friends group (or whatever it is called in your school) and volunteering for things in the classroom and around the school.
09-03-2012 16:24 #15
09-03-2012 16:27 #16
If you don't mind can I ask what happened? Pm if you don't want to post it?
Seriously thanks so much for all your replies. Ive just got to remember at the end of the day it's only 15mins out of my day. I know I'm happy with my life they obviously arn't and are jealous if they feel they need to try to bring me down.
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pity their sad boring lives!
09-03-2012 17:22 #18
How awful, that must be so hard
No advice, but man with mothers acting the way they are, it doesnt surprise me how many bullies there are
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09-03-2012 17:23 #19
We have the worst carpark in town. Yesterday morning was so stressful. Can't wait to homeschool.
09-03-2012 17:36 #20
Its the same at DDs school and I thank God that she's old enough to ride her bike to and from now.
I was friendly with a group of women who seemed nice, but then I'd notice them being really judgmental and rude towards people, but nice as pie to their faces. I took a step back as I wanted nothing to do with that. People will figure out who the b!tchy ones are in time. They're seriously not worth the effort.
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