There are ways to temper your toughest critic and take constructive control of your feelings.
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Unless you live under a rock with no children, these are probably a staple in your everyday conversation.
That is not the tragedy, the real tragedy is that when you talk like that your children don’t listen. If they did, you wouldn’t be reading this.
Most parents would give an arm AND a leg to have their children listen to them consistently. Sporadic obedience is welcomed but what truly delights us is consistent good behaviour.
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