How to “unspoil” a kid

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I shall start by saying that I don’t agree with the term “spoiled kid”. It sends the message that the kid is somehow damaged goods or beyond retrieval. A kid is not a carton of milk past its expiration date.

Whatever damage has been done, it can be undone if you dare to look the problem in the face and willing to put in the effort. Kids are more resilient than one might think. Even when they go array and start behaving…

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