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    • Sara Coelho

      SAVING BECAUSE I KNOW MY CHILDREN WILL BE STRONG WILLED: {Tips on parenting a strong willed child} Great ideas in this post. Do you have a strong willed child in your home? How do you honor and deal with it?

    • Justine Zeitler Rhodes

      The Educators' Spin On It: Raising a Strong Willed Child: We Get It Series... I have a feeling this will be our kids based on me and Jason.

    • Debora Brown-Steffens

      This is a VERY good list! Good reminders for teaching strong willed students. Choices to avoid power struggles! Callee, you were my strong willed child... I pinned this for you and Charlee. Praying for you both. Ha!

    • Ruth Turner

      Good ideas for teaching strong willed students too. Choices, choices, choices to avoid power struggles!

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