What is special about being Yes Parents?

  1. I started observing myself, as to how many times I am saying NO to my child in a day?
  2. Also, whether I am giving the space required by my kid to try and experiment with the boundaries?
  3. Is my child really growing up in the cozy confines of the house, without knowing how to react to various situations in the world?

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I am a Kids and Parents Life Coach as well as an Author and Mental Health, parenting blogger. You can reach me at my blog — https://mommyshravmusings.com

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