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comment My son not listening any words from me or wife
Can you clarify whether you are talking about hearing you or obeying you? In other words, if you say "come here and eat" and he looks at you and clearly heard but chooses not to do what you ask, that is different from you calling his name and he doesn't even turn his head, or he asks you to repeat what you say a lot. You can edit in some examples that will help clarify your question.
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comment Arguments for/against same birthday for siblings?
You can choose how to frame it. For example: "for my fourth birthday, my parents gave me a baby brother!"
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comment What is the most appropriate way to address contrarianism in a 4-year-old?
that's a slightly different kind of choice, and not what I'd go to first, but yes, you can end up there
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answered I want more time with my wife in our blended family, but she says no.
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comment How do you handle unsupervised, poorly behaved children in public play areas?
There's some good content in here, but "try to baby their brats when they should spank them" is over the top. Many very good parents never spank, as I'm sure you know. Not all children who misbehave in public (especially exciting areas with lots of noisy children and scarce common resources) are brats, as I'm sure you know.
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comment Pros/Cons: Children Picking Their Own Punishments
the word punishment covers a lot of ground. Sometimes going to your room or time out isn't a punishment (to make you feel bad or to hurt you) but a chance to calm down. Sometimes paying for the thing you broke or apologizing isn't a punishment but a way to make things right. For a child to choose one of these options is very different than deciding how many times they should get hit or which toy they will lose access to for a week. You need to edit your question to make it clearer what you're considering.
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