I'm coming up on one year in LDRP now (so, still a new grad) and an issue that I still haven't found a very effective way to deal with is having patients who have overbearing visitors.To give a few examples:- I was recovering a mom from a C/S whose sister (an LVN in an unrelated field at a different facility) put O2 on my patient while I had my back turned even though my patient's O2 sats were fine (not to mention the obvious fact that this non-employee sister performed a medical intervention on my patient, totally unacceptable) and then proceeded to cuss at my patient's newborn in a sing-song voice, despite my patient's repeated requests for her to stop. Yet my patient still wanted her sister in the room with her. (This was during my training however, and I now do not allow anyone besides the father to accompany mom and baby in C/S recoveries, but my problem was knowing how to deal with this sister.)- FOBs laying a major guilt trip on my patients for wanting/getting an epidural- Mothers of my patients ordering my patients around, speaking in condescending tones, and making them feel bad about the way they are trying to tend to/breastfeed/change their babies- I even once had a FOB step in my way and try to stop me from repositioning and giving O2 to my patient in labor whose baby was having a big decel, despite having explained to both of them what was happening and the rationale for my interventions.I worry about overstepping boundaries in doing something about these family members who mistreat my patients, and I know that some of the reasoning behind these behaviors is cultural. I realize that this will become easier as my confidence increases, but do any of you have tips on how to deal with family members/visitors like this?