Parenting: Why French Parents are Superior by Pamela Druckerman, wsj: 1. Children should say hello, goodbye, thank you and please. It helps them to learn that they aren't the only ones with feelings and needs. 2. When they misbehave, give them the "big eyes"—a stern look of admonishment. 3. Allow only one snack a day. In France, it's at 4 or 4:30. Remind them (and yourself) who's the boss. 4. French parents say, "It's me who decides." 5. Don't be afraid to say "no." Kids have to learn how to cope with some frustration. - Seems like just plain common sense/survival for parents everywhere. #Parenting #WSJ #French_Parents #Pamela_Druckerman
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