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Dec
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comment Which way is correct to keep your kids on the right path: love or strict discipline?
@looser: I'd suggest checking out this question, which covers very similar ground parenting.stackexchange.com/questions/399/…
Dec
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comment Which way is correct to keep your kids on the right path: love or strict discipline?
I was also tempted to close, but based on duplicate. I'm sure we had very similar questions on the site already: parenting.stackexchange.com/questions/399/… for example. I'm not sure this is any more non-question than "Is punishment necessary", but it may be the same question.
Dec
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answered Which way is correct to keep your kids on the right path: love or strict discipline?
Nov
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comment My wife wants a 4th baby, but I don't
-1: I don't feel like her desperately trying to have a child while you pretend that you can still have them is a good relationship plan. If her complaint was just about having to be the responsible one, this would be a good answer.
Nov
24
comment Why don't my twins sleep for a longer stretch of time?
This seems like a duplicate of... well pretty much every question under the sleep tag. parenting.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/sleep
Nov
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revised Co-Parenting with a Toxic Ex: How to Handle Poisoned Comments from Toddler?
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Nov
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answered Co-Parenting with a Toxic Ex: How to Handle Poisoned Comments from Toddler?
Nov
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awarded  Enlightened
Oct
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revised How to react when a child is in a dangerous situation which requires immediate reaction?
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Oct
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Oct
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comment My 2-year-old son supervises me after asking me to do something for him, does this suggest lack of trust?
I think it's exactly that. The number of times I'm now told by my 2-year old daughter "just a sec daddy, just need to finish!" is hilarious and slightly troubling.
Oct
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revised How to deal with my teenager step daughter's rebellious behavior?
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Oct
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revised I'm pretty sure I'm bound for the mental asylum
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Oct
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revised I'm pretty sure I'm bound for the mental asylum
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Oct
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answered I'm pretty sure I'm bound for the mental asylum
Oct
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comment Caring for the Children of Deceased Parents
@anongoodnurse I agree with the principal, but in practical terms, if you're asking someone to care for 5 additional kids, that's a colossal burden to put on someone, special needs or no special needs. That's a "move house, give up full-time job, completely rewrite entire life" change, in a way that just one child isn't. Seperation may be the only viable option over outright rejection,l
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awarded  Explainer
Sep
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reviewed Close Fast swinging or rocking
Sep
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comment How often is it okay for a kid to become ill in kindergarten?
@AntonZujev You're welcome. Sorry if I sounded critical, this is one of those borderline cases, where the gap between "Parental" and "Medical" advice is a bit woolly, and I wanted to make sure I explained my close vote.
Sep
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revised How to deal with the toddler who is not least interested in listening to the stories I read or listening to my talks?
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