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This ‘Iceberg’ Analogy Will Change the Way You Think About Disciplining Misbehaving Kids

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There's more to her misbehavior than you might think.

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Do you remember the dreams you had about your child before she arrived? She would never have a snotty nose or be difficult and she'd certainly never talk back. By now you’ve had your rude awakening because in truth, all kids misbehave sometimes. You probably had dreams of being the perfect parent too! You would never lose your cool, reach for short-term strategies or check out completely and park your

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