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  • Arguing and Back-Talk (children)
    Most children will attempt back-talk at some point. When a parent responds calmly and with authority, the behavior will stop.

  • Behavior - Arguing and Back-Talk
    Think about it: It takes two to argue. Your child cannot "argue" by himself. That's called "mumbling."

  • When Children Argue and Fight
    Most brothers and sisters argue and fight and most parents feel it is their duty to find out who is guilty of starting the conflict and then punishing him or her. Sibling rivalry is usually the cause of arguments and fights between brothers and sisters. They know the parent will come running. It is a way to get attention from the parent.


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