Last time that happened, I wound up having to apologize to the cops for my wife calling 911 and screaming and cussing at them. She was trapped behind some construction in front of our house. When I heard about it I called the police on the regular number, and when I asked them if they can help politely, they said, "Is your wife ___?" (my wife's name). "you need to talk to her about using 911 for life and death situations ONLY, and not to be so rude and vulgar."<br />
Wow, that was a blusher.
Find a way to either curb their impulsiveness or plan a way to remove yourself from their sphere of effect.
2nd Noble Truth....
No...Yes...Of course...Maybe....O those impulsive answers
What was tge question?
Unfortunately i tend to yell at them, not just once but on and on until i get over the trouble it had cause me and then, after i calmed down remind them not to do that again. :)
If it persist (repeatition) then maybe a different approach is needed.. Try to let them solve it themselves and only step in at the last minute.
If its work... Disciplinary action is needed.. e.i. Suspension
If its family... You're stuck with them... Might have to think ahead and be ready for them next time...
:) its going to be alright. To start with you are already aware of her imperfections, but those that cause troubles should be addressed before it went out of hand, you have to sit her down and make her realize the consequences of her impulsiveness. Try to make her understand the importance of discussing it with you before making a decision that may affect you both.
Yes it has, and the only solution now is to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Oh... So sad to hear that... :(