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my son(7 at the time, 8 now) is also very strong willed. Essentially, he'd build a wall and nothing seemed to work. The issue wasn't only at home, but everywhere. Even teachers at school were asking for help to get to him. The solution was simply sitting with him and asking him questions until he finally started talking. It took 4 hours of just sitting in ...


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I would absolutely encourage you to try. Positive parenting is a rather wide umbrella, most of which has some evidence to back up its claims, so the "will it work" question in your title is too broad to give a detailed answer to, but could answered in general terms: yes, probably. It's not an all-or-nothing package; I think you should start out ...


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What you can do is you can teach your son that he SHOULD tell an adult if he is concerned about his own safety or wellbeing, OR the safety or wellbeing of others, but that he DOES NOT NEED to tell an adult if it is a minor infraction. Another thing I would try to do is go to the principal, school superintendent, other higher ups at your child's school, or ...


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