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13 December 2010

Talking so kids can understand

No-matter how well intended common words and phrases may be, they may not be what your children are hearing.

Well-meaning parents may be causing emotional and psychological damage when communicating with their children. No-matter how well intended common words and phrases may be, they are not what children are hearing.

1. What you say: “You’re the best!”

 
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