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Where Does "No" Belong in Our Vocabulary with Little Kids?

August 28, 2020

Saying "no" is easy and sometimes effective, but it can also have some undesirable outcomes. Here's a look at what we can do instead when we have little kids -- not only to help them understand us better, but also to help them develop communication tools they'll need as they get older.

This video is best for parents of pre-verbal young children all the way up to about the preschool age. Note that this video does not have subtitles (coming soon).

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Sarah R. Moore

Sarah R. Moore is a certified Master Parenting Trainer, an author (book coming soon), an armchair neuroscientist, and most importantly, a Mama. She's a lifelong learner with formal training in child development, improv comedy, trauma recovery, and interpersonal neurobiology. She offers a popular series of mini-courses (including her FREE video, Three Keys to Positive Parenting). She helps bring JOY, EASE, and CONNECTION back to families. You can follow her on FacebookPinterest, and Instagram. She’s currently worldschooling her family.
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