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Have you ever found that as a child or as a parent, you were too blunt or passive?  That you had a hard time controlling your thoughts and being kind? All in all, being diplomatic? Part of being a parent is showing that you value another person.  But you still need to be able to parent with kindness.  You must appreciate your children in that when you're offering advice.  You can be blunt as long as it's said with love.  

To see how to be more diplomatic in your parenting, watch this video!




 

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