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Parenting w/ Presence pg 7/ pg 20

November 11, 2019
Page 7 How will I know reading this book is time well spent? I will not be as irritated, dismissive, or exhausted by my kids.  I can maintain control of myself and my level of annoyance.  I feel validated and understood. Page 20  Wally list difficulties: -tantrums when asked to do something diffi...
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