Welly, Ellen
July 2004
Redbook;Jul2004, Vol. 203 Issue 1, p156
Presents information on how to handle common types of back talking of children. Effect of insisting children to apologize immediately on their behavior; Actions to be taken to help defuse a children's defiant attitude; Outcome of telling children that some words or tones they use may hurt people's feelings; Effort of parents to impose a consequence once children start calling disrespectful names.


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