To be greeted or not be greeted
A common thing I read here is skids ignoring SM and not even saying "Hello" or "Goodbye". Sometimes SM is disengaged, sometimes not. Some insist their DH/SO/BF make the skids greet them, some do not.
Anyway, I don't know which is worse: not being greeted, or receiving a forced a greeting.
I think it is at the least rude and the the worst pretty passive-aggressive for a 6 year old, but SD often chooses not to greet me or ignores me if I greet her. I'm more or less disengaged, so I leave it alone, although it is one behavior example I can point out when SO brings to a discussion that he thinks I just plain don't like her. I'm sure if he weren't so oblivious or if I wanted him to he would make her greet me. I think I prefer no greeting to the forced greeting. I don't need anything REAL to foster any resentment on her part when there is plenty of friction for no apparent reason. Plus, bad as this may sound, I don't want her to get any satisfaction in thinking she had some sort of effect with ignoring me.