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comment My 5 year- old daughter is constantly defiant!
@AdamHeeg: I've edited my answer.
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answered How to manage to get more time for ourselves when we have Kids?
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comment How to persuade my father to stop physically abusing my mother?
It might be worth calling a helpline abroad - they may still be able to offer some help.
Apr
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comment How to help a toddler overcome the fear of water on head?
+1: This approach worked for us in other areas. One negative side-effect, however, is that now I tend to add sound-effects to activities when my son isn't actually present. This gets me odd looks at work...
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comment My 5 year- old daughter is constantly defiant!
@Sarah: I understand your concern. However, you must remember that this behaviour has been a problem for just 6 months out of your daughter's 5 years of life, and that you've got 8 years to sort it out before the teenage years. Also, this battle really isn't about control unless you make it about control. Instead, you need to make it about her learning to take responsibility for their life and learning to get along with others.
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comment What kind of controlled safe scientific experiments can I do with my baby?
I would avoid anything that involves electricity; or chemicals; or explosions of any kind. ;-)
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answered How to prepare children for impending death of a parent?
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comment When do kids usually stop believing in Santa Claus?
I understand your sentiments (because I do have a child) but in general disagree with them. I want my son to grow up able to deal with the world as it is, not as some pink and fluffy place where nothing ever hurts nor disappoints. Of course I emphasise the positives, and there are things I choose not talk about because my boy isn't mature enough to deal with them yet. Nevertheless, I don't think it is healthy to pretend we live in fairyland. Moreover, there is a world of diffference between lies about Santa and lies about a life threatening illness.
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comment When do kids usually stop believing in Santa Claus?
@Ricibob: And my (somewhat tongue-in-cheek) point is that I personally have more objective evidence for God's existence than for Ricibob's. But we're getting off-topic here.
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