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When you're a young kid, even the smallest thing can send you crying and screaming. They're kids, they're prone to being emotional.
So, a Sydney school has taken a step towards limiting those emotional outbursts by banning kids from giving out party invitations.
The Daily Telegraph reports Mosman Public School is concerned that students who aren't invited to the party or event might get upset.
Parents are now supposed to get the email addresses of their kid's friend's parents and send them the invite.
People don't seem too impressed with the move and call it a step too far.
One person wrote: "First there was helicopter parenting now there's helicopter schooling. Far out stop protecting kids from disappointment and getting hurt. How on earth are they going to learn resilience of we keep protecting them? Stupid idea."
Another added: "Instead of building resilient children who become successful adults. Let's build self-entitled, over indulged brats with zero coping skills."
Kids are also going to be told not to talk about these events at school to make sure that anyone not invited won't get hurt.
To be fair, that sounds like a recipe for disaster but hey, each to their own.
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