Nag, nag, nag!

Yates, Susan Alexander
July 1995
Today's Christian Woman;Jul/Aug95, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p18
Presents tips for mothers on how to eliminate unnecessary nagging at home. Prioritizing of family values; Writing out instructions for children; Setting deadlines for tasks.


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