Saying “NO” To Your Kids

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The average toddler hears the word "no" about 400 times a day, according to experts studying parent child interactions. After a while the word "no" becomes ineffective when it`s over used. Some children will even become immune to the word. So how can parents create a better balance? And, is eliminating it altogether the answer?

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