By Lexi Walters Wright
Whether they mean to or not, other parents might interfere with the parenting of your child. Here are ideas on how to respond when other parents criticize, offer unwanted advice or try to discipline your child.
Lexi Walters Wright is veteran writer and editor who helps parents make more informed choices for their children and for themselves.
Laura Tagliareni, Ph.D., is a pediatric neuropsychologist in New York City and a clinical instructor at NYU Langone Medical Center.
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