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Teach Your Child to Give the Magic of Seven

Here is a quick and usually very well-received way to teach manners to children of all ages. Read More

Let's suppose that the four

Let's suppose that the four year old didn't have good manners. Is the sole and most important implication that his parents are "bad" and you, the recipient of the child's social ineptitude, will know it? Who's really receiving the benefit of a well-trained kid?

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Jeffrey Bernstein, Ph.D., has authored four books, including 10 Days to a Less Defiant Child.


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