Our expert says:
Kids do this. ( so do adults ) And it usually doesn't cause any harm, even if it isn't pleasant. The mother seems to be greatly over-reacting, in ways that won't be helpful to her own child. Displeased, OK, but "very shocked" ? Why on earth label your boy as "abnormally competitive" ? This is one example of behaviour she happened to notice, taken out of context ( who knows what the other boy may have been previously saying to your boy, and so on ? )
Apart from the grosds over-reaction of the mother, do we know how the boy himself responded ? Kids compete, and in different areas of activity, sometimes one does better, sometimes another. Usually, they sort it out just fine among themselves, unless an overreactive mom interferes and creates a calamity.
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