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…help kids to stop behavior they don’t like. Rather than rushing to rescue your child, ask questions and state what you see. This helps kids develop social awareness and learn to read body language.…There may not be a conflict after all (I like to be pushed— we’re playing bulldozer), but raising the question lets kids know they have a right to set limits and stop a situation they don’t like. “Did you like what she did? No? Well, tell her!” This lets children know they have options.

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Heather Shumaker


It’s OK Not to Share

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