It's easy to get into power struggles or arguments with your children. However, once you learn what triggers power struggles, you can avoid them.
The article "Avoiding Power Struggles with Your Children" provides some concrete examples of what to say in order to stay out of arguments. Try it out this week and let me know how it works for you!
Avoiding Power Struggles
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