when my son was age 5 and 6, he ranted, throw tantrums like he owns the world. Spanking doesn't work, you gotta wait till he cools down before you talk sense into his head. He will listen if you tell him the reasons
haha that is a tricky one! Lots of deep breaths. Lots of prayer. Good luck to you!
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