you are legally required to disipline as a step parent by law otherwise you do not meet the legal qualifications of one
So in a Canadian Step Parent group I'm in on Facebook this was asked - "If you could give one piece of advice to a stepmom what would it be?"
Someone commented "Prioritize your health and your marriage. If the kids behave in a rude and disrespectful way and you could not do anything about it, take a step back and disengage. Never force yourself upon them and do not beat yourself about it. Let their dad and mom handle the discipline, unless otherwise necessary. Focus your time and energy on people that want it from you."
And got this response lol
"you are legally required to disipline as a step parent by law otherwise you do not meet the legal qualifications of one ... just a heads up. It's also an established form of abuse to force your partner to be isolated in his parenting....also I saw this the day you posted. I did not share my difference of opinion because while mine is actual fact, you are still entitled to your own in home boundaries... but since you felt the need to incorrectly try to correct mine, I reported it to admins and thought I'd let you know you technically break family law if you follow this- particularly in a joint custody situation. I'm assuming you guys just get visitations?"
Anyone ever heard such nonsense? There is defenitely no law in the province I live in Canada about this lol I know parents who don't discipline their kids.