A Texas middle school teacher who took to Facebook to urge parents to stop, quote, "coddling and enabling" their children after an incident with a parent last month has unexpectedly seen her post go viral. Julie Marburger of Cedar Creek wrote, "Parents have become far too disrespectful, and their children are even worse." Marburger told Good Morning America about the incident on the day she put up her post, saying she had an issue with a student and called his mother while at school. She said of the mother: "She was disrespectful and rude to me on the phone in front of her son. And I actually had the class right there with me too and they could hear what she was saying and it was quite embarrassing." In her post, Marburger wrote about things like students drawing inappropriate pictures in books and taking things off her desk that don't belong to them, and included pictures showing things like papers on the floor and a book that had been torn apart. She declared, "People absolutely HAVE to stop coddling and enabling their children. It's a problem that's going to spread through our society like wildfire. It's not fair to society, and more importantly, is not fair to the children to teach them this is okay. It will not serve them towards a successful and happy life.
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