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Did you see this article in the NY Times? Here's my take:

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I like it Sara. Great article. Thanks for writing it.
Luv Simone
greatfun4kids
frm Auckland, New Zealand
I always tell my kids I will always give them something to cry about! LOL! I liked your site and great blog. Congrats on your book hitting the shelves at Target.
Thanks so much! My sisters and I always laugh now about how my dad used to try to hit us from the front seat of the car!
You also can't give them "the look" when they misbehave. That damages the emotional core as well. :)

NewlyParents
Just checked it out! Sarah from www.MommyLiteOnline.com
Its funny, as a kid I think I would have preferred a spanking to being yelled at.
I think kids hear yelling as white noise after awhile.

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