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I want to be a respectful parent and raise respectful kids...
Improving all my relationships is a personal goal and I sought help from the authors of Respectful Parents, Respectful Kids Sura Hart and Victoria Kindle Hodson.
They have identified 7 keys in their book to stop the struggle and learn to:
Express yourself so you're heard and respected.
Successfully handle disagreements or problem behaviors.
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