C is for Concern

Thursday, April 3, 2014



 Cause for Concern
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How can little sis help her know-it-all sibling get out of a tight spot?

16 comments:

  1. It doesn't sound like the band is a good influence.

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  2. There are times when parental invention is necessary. Teenagers simply don't have the coping skills to deal with some of these "extremely adult" problems. Little Sis needs reinforcements.

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  3. True that, Alex.

    You hit the nail, Robin. I imagine the fireworks to come if Little Sis calls for reinforcements.

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  4. Big sis is going to hate it but I agree, parent intervention is necessary. I've been in a situation like this before and my siblings were not happy at all. But I love them and that's the only reason I've done it.

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  5. Yup, parental intervention is a necessity here.

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  6. Yep. Blow the whistle on little sister. She'll appreciate it when she's older and has better judgement.

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  7. I'm the youngest in my family and I have a couple of know-it-all siblings and I have to say, there isn't really anything she can do because her sister won't listen either way. I agree with the others, asking for help from parents or other friends would be the best thing little sis could do.

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  8. Use the secret weapon of little siblings: Turn her into the parental units.

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  9. I am hoping that big sis has a good head on her shoulders and makes a good decision for herself. I hope that the parents are tuned in to what is going on in her life and will realize if she's going down the wrong path.

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  10. What a fun idea Joy! Looks like everyone's already said what I was thinking.

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  11. Seems most are of one accord. This will make for a great plot movement.

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  12. I'm always telling young people to focus on their grades and their education.

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  13. Tell a parent if it's a really bad thing her sister has to do.

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  14. Good advice, Medeia.

    SJP - sounds like a sensible course of action.

    Wise choice, Sheena-Kay.

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