Parenting - Behaviour | 3-18 yrs

How To Say 'no' To Kids

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For parents, saying no to their children’s demands is a difficult task. We are so used to pampering our children with an abundance of gifts and love that saying no seems almost impossible. But, a constant stream of ‘yes’ can easily lead to raising a spoilt child. To know more about saying no, please click through the pages of this ClipBook.


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