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Video: Getting Kids to Listen—Without Nagging!

January 4, 2012 | Posts with Videos | 0 comments

Wouldn't it be nice to ask just once?

Trying to get into some new habits in this New Year?  Here is a “game changer in our arsenal of parenting tools,” as Lindsay calls it: how to ask your kids to do something in a way that increases the odds that they’ll actually LISTEN.

Special thanks to the Quality of Life Foundation, which made this series possible.


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