Discipline Your Kids Using Self-Esteem

November 16, 2007 at 5:31 am | Posted in dads, Families, Focused Fridays, Mothers, Self Esteem, Tweens | Leave a comment
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Parents struggle every day with disciplining their kids.  If you are confused about the ways to discipline your kids, then you are in a group of millions of parents.  Discipline ranks among the top 5 Parenting Concerns. 

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