Teaching Real Apologies to Your Children with Dr. Dehra Harris

Parenting
On this episode of MomDocs, Dr. Dehra Harris is back to discuss teaching real apologies to your children. As your children get older, the eye rolls and attitudes are common. After an argument, have a cool down period and wait until everyone is calm even if it takes a few days. It’s important to focus on the behavior instead of the child.

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