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    Visits with Dad causing aggression.
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    Givingitmyall posted:
    My daughter becomes very defiant and destructive at daycare after she spends a weekend with her Father. It takes her about 3 days to get it out of her system...any insight, thoughts or suggestions? She's 2 1/2 and otherwise very well behaved. He father and I have been separated for about a year now. He sees her every other weekend and on Thursdays for a few hours. I don't bad mouth him around her in fact I encourage her to have a good time.
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    Zaysmama responded:
    I had the same issue when my son was visiting with his father. I just went straight to the source and talk to him about our son. Asked him about how he plays and if there are other children around during their time together. I asked how he played with the other children and adv him on the behavioral problems after their visit together. He took some defense to it but I explained that I wasn't blaming him I just needed to know if there was a difference in parenting when they are together compared to when I have him.


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