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Linda

I also was planning to post a blog on this. This is magic. I can't quite get my 2-year old to follow this, but when I was at my wit's end with my oldest child (then 2 1/2) this worked like a charm and still does. Usually we don't even get to "2"

Linda

I also was planning to post a blog on this. This is magic. I can't quite get my 2-year old to follow this, but when I was at my wit's end with my oldest child (then 2 1/2) this worked like a charm and still does. Usually we don't even get to "2"

Carolin Newmeyer

Right! Children need a good flow of communication between them and their parents. Using such tools would probably aid parents in working this out. However, they should start talking to their children early, with or without tools, to avoid the odds of their children becoming troubled. It would be harder for parents to talk to their children once they became troubled, not unless they seek for experts’ advice.

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