Mom’s The Word: playground politics, should you interfere?

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It’s a common theme on most playgrounds. Two children are happily playing a game together or sharing a toy.

Everything is going well until one child wants the toy your child has.

When children get into a fight on the playground, should the parent get involved?

Child psychologist and registered play therapist Dr. Laurie Zelinger weighed in on how parents should approach these arguments.

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