Before you take any action to end or confront your child’s friendship, discuss why you don’t like your child’s friend. What’s the trigger point, why are you feeling anxious or why don’t you like them? Dig deep to find the answer, only then can you come up with a solution. Having a bad feeling won’t help you much.
If it’s just about the contrasting personality of your child and his friend, ignore it. We are all different people and we have different ways of dealing with situations. Just because they have different personalities doesn’t mean they aren’t good company. As long as it doesn’t affect your child’s behavior or his studies, try not to intervene. If the matter is serious, here are some tips for handling the situation.