My daughter is an only child. We're trying to have another child, and miscarried last summer. My daughter is have "behavior issues" in school. Anytime we discuss the "issues" with the teacher, she states her belief that the "problems" stem from the fact that my daughter is an only child. What would be a polite/proper response without getting personal, yet letting the teacher know that the remarks aren't appropriate?
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