- Although not ideal, spanking is an effective form of discipline. T or F
- Children need nurturing more than discipline. T or F
- Arguing in front of children is OK, so long as there’s no violence. T or F
- Defiance is effectively addressed with more parental authority. T or F
- Kids learn responsibility by following the rules. T or F
- Psychological attachment to parents is necessary for normal brain development in children. T or F
- Children get along better when parents stop sibling arguments. T or F
- Confiding in a child about personal issues strengthens the parent-child relationship. T or F
- Allowing kids to do what they want teaches them decision making. T or F
- All children try to manipulate by playing one parent against the other. T or F
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