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    Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child. Awesome advice. I love how it explains why you need to do certain things, and the child's perception of disagreements. Great information, even if you don't have a strong willed child.

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    Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child. Awesome advice. It explains why you need to do certain things, and the child's perception of disagreements. Other great parenting tips for behavior management, similar to Love & Logic

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