hitting dad by his 3 year old daughter & abuse from step kids

Bearer1976 - posted on 08/12/2013 ( 2 moms have responded )

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I met my partner & when i met her she had 2 kids already. So im a step dad also.
We have a 3 & 1/2 year old together, who i love to bits.
The step son can hit me & throw tantrums, our 3 1/2 sees this & sees how badly he treats me.
The step son is 14 & goes to a school with his kind of anger behavior problems.
The 3 1/2 sees all this & does not see me stopping it, she does not understand why.
When my step son came out of care some years ago, my partner told me that she does not want to discipline her son as it makes it hard for her & the step son always fights back & will refuse.
Our 3 1/2 does not hit or shout at mummy but does hit & shout at me & im her dad.
What does any one think?

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Rebecca - posted on 08/15/2013

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i agreenot disciplining a child is wrong as it will encourage them to think that this behaviour is ok your partner needs to sort out her son otherwise your daughter will have the same issues when she grows at the end of the day a brat is a brat no matter what life has thrown at you your step son needs to understand that yea he may have been in care but he is not anymore he is in a house with a family that loves him and whether your partner finds it hard or not he is her child and she needs to show her son she loves him not by letting him get away with murder but by disciplining him. children are hard but thats something we put up with as parents. i had a step mother who i acted out at when i turned 12 i was a brat towards her but i got punished for it and eventually grew out of it within the yearç your step son will as well with the proper discipline.

Nwabara Joyce - posted on 08/14/2013

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what is wrong is wrong,if you do not want your child acting like the other child whom she observes better correct it now.children learn too fast,she might not do this to you but might behave in such manner to other kids outside,speak to your partner and correct that child.

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