ezs note: Oy veh. This ain't fun, is it? Okay, here are a few suggestions. First, here's what I don't suggest. It doesn't help to burrow into your tribe or get into a shouting match. You may have to relax a bit to do it, but if you are approached by an angry person, calmly explain your side of the story. Remember, he/she may be venting anger, but he/she is just afraid for his/her child. If he/she calms down a bit, work together on a solution. If he/she remains angry, you may leave, but first, open the door for the time when he/she calms down. No, this ain't a magic wand. But it is constructive rather than destructive.