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How Do I Say “No” To My Child

How Do I Say “No” To My Child

Learning to tell a child ‘No’ is one of the many challenges parents have to face and conquer. A parent’s love is unconditional, which is why he/she wants to fulfill every wish of the child. Although the sentiments are understandable, it is not practical or feasible to succumb to every demand of the child. It is important to draw the line between ‘want’ and need’. Many parents cannot get themselves to say ‘No’ or simply regret it when they do.

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Parenting

Childcare

How Do I Say “No” To My Child

How Do I Say “No” To My Child

Learning to tell a child ‘No’ is one of the many challenges parents have to face and conquer. A parent’s love is unconditional, which is why he/she wants to fulfill every wish of the child. Although the sentiments are understandable, it is not practical or feasible to succumb to every demand of the child. It is important to draw the line between ‘want’ and need’. Many parents cannot get themselves to say ‘No’ or simply regret it when they do.

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Recreation

Be Prepared

Be Prepared

when I go prepared with something in mind to do with the kids time flies, and it’s not always because we do the activity

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Grateful Calendar

Grateful Calendar

This project has been so much fun, and heart filling that I’m grateful that I thought of doing this. Just looking at my pictures old and new I got more and more filled with love and gratitude.

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Education

How Do I Say “No” To My Child

How Do I Say “No” To My Child

Learning to tell a child ‘No’ is one of the many challenges parents have to face and conquer. A parent’s love is unconditional, which is why he/she wants to fulfill every wish of the child. Although the sentiments are understandable, it is not practical or feasible to succumb to every demand of the child. It is important to draw the line between ‘want’ and need’. Many parents cannot get themselves to say ‘No’ or simply regret it when they do.

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