Our expert says:
I like Shaun's idea of suggesting to your kids that because these problems are becoming troublesome, they try to play within sight and earshot of you AND her parents. If this is practical to achieve.
And otherwise, as I suggested before, simply discuss it with her, saying you recognize that your kid is at fault at times, as all kids are, but you're troubled that she seems to always assume that her kid is NEVER in the wrong, and that she isn't allowing the child to learn to defend and strand up for herself, but always intervening on the kid's side.
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