Some children are born to butt heads with their parents. Call it being stubborn or solid-willed or whatever you like. In case you’re living with one of these children, you realize that being mean with them to follow instruction or directives don’t work. They need to be in control. But, you need to be in control too!.

This article will be laying down ways to win over a stubborn child ….




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