I need some advice. I am still early in my teaching career and I have been given a lot of advice here and there. One piece of advice I got was not to tell parents about their child's behavior unless it is severe. I guess they were trying to tell me that most parents don't believe it, or don't care etc. Well I have been going by this rule/advice and it has worked out fine. I have not had any severe issues with students. This year I have been contacting parents more. Just for random behavior problems. I have run into the parents who do not believe their children have done anything and its just become a bigger issue now that I have brought stuff up. What do you do? Do you let things slide and just handle it on your own? Am I going about this the wrong way?