Don't Give In, Give Choices
Every day parents are faced with power struggles. As Your child grows, the need for cooperation increases, yet it becomes more difficult to get. Grace Ketterman and Pat Holt offer simple, practical advice to get the results you want.
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Where the Idea of Choices and Consequences Came From
Why Parents Give In Just This Time
How Giving Choices Works
Choices for Infants and Toddlers
Giving Choices to Preschoolers
Letting SchoolAged Children Choose
Giving Choices to Teens and Young Adults
How Giving Choices Keeps on Giving
Gods Parenting Tool
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