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My friend told me a story, once her daughter didn't want to eat dinner, and complained the whole time that she only wants to eat sweets. Other things are not tasty. Her mom was tired from her daughter's never ending complains, and she agreed. She let her eat sweets the whole next day. At first her daughter enjoyed, but at the end of a day she asked for normal food. After this she never complained about it anymore.
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This is a little bit cruel, but really smart at the same time! Sometimes you need to be tough (not VIOLENT), so the child can understand what is good and what is bad :)
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Lazy advice is always the best advice.
Those parents who take way too much care of their child can end up having a spoiled one who can't make a step without mom and dad.
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I wouldn't call them lazy, I would call this advice wise ?
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My mom always let me try new things, so I could find what I like. Thanks to her I had many hobbies, and know I know a lot about different things, I have a job that I like and literally just enjoy :)
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Many of these tricks are mindsets for training with adults, horses, and dogs surprisingly.

Growing up, my mother always would tell me the consequences of what I was about to do. She would warn me and tell her own story of what happened when she did it as I got older. When I was a child, she would say "If you don't go to bed on time, you'll get in trouble and have your books taken away. Then you won't be able to read the next chapter and find out what happens to [Polly]". She helped me think through all the results...as a teen, she would say, I can't stop you, but when I had sex young, I felt this way, had this happen to my body, etc. Got pregnant, etc. That kept me from being able to do -XYZ-.

I love her for that because she took the time to help me learn and understand. I was naturally rebellious but grew up as a model child comparatively. When I started nannying, I used the same methods to include a calm demeanor, the children's parents thanked me profusely for years with how quickly the kids shaped up and acted better.
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Neverthe case eat all or starve
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