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Old 01-01-2018, 05:20 PM   #5
Aerynne
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Default Re: siblings arguing

I have read that book but it has been a long while. I did incorporate and learn lots of skills from it that I still implement, but I should look for more.

I do follow through on things I say I will do, so it's not that there isn't follow through. It's more that my 10yo just wants to see her suffer "enough" for what she did and I don't want to work like that. I like the idea of separating them while I get dd down for a nap. Are there other consequences that I am not seeing that aren't just inflicting pain (like my ds wants) but that teach?

I also see that I need to talk to him about why I don't believe in being punitive.
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