Don't Take It Out on Your Kids!
the most difficult things for a parent to learn. This clear and concise guide by the chairman of the Department of Child Studies and Special Education at Old Dominion University explains what works--and what doesn't--to encourage a child's best behavior.
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The First Step
Discipline Techniques That Dont Work
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