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December 1, 2020

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Simplifying Parenting: Becoming a Respectful Family - Tico ♥ TinaMarch 25, 2015

[…] “Never talk back to a back talker.” When you engage in a power struggle you’ve already called into question the legitimacy of your authority. […]

MelanieApril 23, 2014

This article seems helpful, however, I would like to add that the greatest gift that we can give our children is a love and a knowledge for God and His word.

KimMay 11, 2013

I can see examples every day with my kids. Like whether to go in trolley or walk at supermarket, or which clothe sor shoes to wear. My 2 and a half year old can pronounce that phrase, but where language is developing we could have kids try a very basic version or you could even help them, like saying 'seems like you would like to disagree with mummy'? They say 'yes'. Same as when you're teaching them other words/ sentence and figuring out what they want. I like it and will be using this advice, thanks for writing this article.

RApril 20, 2013

My 2 and a half year old can't pronounce the phrase, "May I disagree appropriately?"... this seems like great advice... for older children.

Amy_CarterApril 16, 2013

I would like to see some examples of this...

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