LoveParenting: How to Set Limits so Your Child Can Hear them – Discipline without the “No”


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I know what you’re thinking: What, so now we’re not supposed to say No?! What happened to boundaries! Here’s why all kids today are as spoiled as the spilt milk they cry over!

Hear me out: You can and should continue to set the boundaries you are setting, firmly…and…kindly. And that’s the point I’m addressing today. Saying a simple “NO” is not usually our best bet with our friends, partners, colleagues…or children.

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