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Parenting/disciplining differently to your partner
Originally Posted by Homeschooling4
I don't agree on kids being shouted at all the time and I hsve to draw the line.
OP there's no point in drawing a line unless you stand by and enforce it.
It's possible your tone does sound accusatory/hostile too OP.
Not saying his behaviour is excusable, but it is possible.
How are things going OP?
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