Calling all Parents: Are you happy with how your kids are behaving?
Do you have to fight to get them to listen?
Do you often defer to these tactics?
- Demanding Immediate Compliance
- Lecturing and Advice-Giving
- Taking Anger Out on Kids
- Shaming and Belittling
- Setting Traps
- Imposing Excessive Guilt
- Physical Punishment
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