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February 2, 2019
How to Keep Relatives From Spoiling Your Kids

How to Keep Relatives From Spoiling Your Kids

It’s natural to want to make children happy, but they also need rules and boundaries. Sometimes well-meaning relatives spoil kids in ways that parents find frustrating or unacceptable. Clearly communicating and attempting to understand each other’s perspectives can help resolve conflicts.