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How to say NO to our children!

  1. Teddybear1000 profile image55
    Teddybear1000posted 9 years ago

    How to say NO to our children!

  2. LelahKimball profile image81
    LelahKimballposted 9 years ago

    Busy lives can make parents want to be their child's friend.  Children and parents are not friends, so it is important to remember how to set boundaries with kids. read more

  3. blonde kandi profile image54
    blonde kandiposted 8 years ago

    My way of things may be differant from your normal routines. I prefer to get at their level, (literally), and explain to them the reasoning for "no!" You are the parent and, yes, you should take a stand. But remember they are only children. keep your head strieght and try not to lose yourself with them. if you talk to them like you would any other person then they will learn more than if you were screaming at them. hope you understand where im coming from!

  4. dr c profile image76
    dr cposted 8 years ago

    Saying "no" to a child is one of the most common and often most uncomfortable daily discipline drama encountered by parents, teachers, pretty much anyone working with kids. And there are times for many of us when we feel that that's pretty much all... read more

 
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