If you read my first post about the girl who threatened my daughter, this is a follow-up. Less then a week later, 2 more threats came to my daughter from this "girl". We in fact did end up speaking with the police and also with the school. We are not pressing charges yet because we want to give her one more chance. How do other kids and students deal with this type of ridiculous, life-ruining behavior? Do you try to ignore it? Do you confront the kid yourself as a parent? In reality, we just want her to go away. We are not vengeful people and do not wish the worst on her but if she doesn't stop then we will have no choice but to press charges. Any suggestions?
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- Welcome to my blog! I am very excited about being able to write and share my thoughts with you and to find out your thoughts too! Our cat Jake is the newest member of our family and he is very inspiring! He is so full of energy and barely stays still! I am 38, married and have a 15 year old daughter. We have 4 cats and a Bourke parrot. Our pets all have their own little personalities! I'm sure you will hear about them all eventually. I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis about 2 years ago. It was a very scary thing to hear. I have read a lot about MS but am still so confused! I would love to hear about your experience with MS. I am on my second MS medication. The first one made me very sick. There is so much to learn and so much research still going on. My mom is a breast cancer survivor. She went through chemotherapy, several weeks of radiation and a partial mastectomy. She is so brave and seemed to handle it all so well. I was so worried that she couldn't handle it but seemed to be so much more brave then I ever would be. I am so proud of her and love her so much. That's all for now.