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March 5th, 2012, 11:47 AM
Kati1988's Avatar Member
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I am at my wits end here. Samara (our 4 1/2 year old) just will not listen to save her life. No matter what we do, don't do, take away, give her, etc., she just cannot seem to get it in her head to listen. Her 11 month old sister listens 100x better!
Please tell me we are not alone here. And if you've had this problem what did you do to correct it? Even if it did not work for you because I may have a miracle situation here, that and I'm beyond desperate. I'm 5 months pregnant and stressed to the max because of her attitude and refusal to do anything we tell her to do (and especially the things she has known not to do since she was able to walk and understand what NO meant).

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March 20th, 2012, 11:38 AM
Purrrrrrr's Avatar Semi-crunchy Mommy
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Here's a pretty good discipline article posted in the AP discussion board: How not to Raise a Brat

Read through the whole thing, it's not too long. There's some good techniques in there.

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May 21st, 2012, 10:36 AM
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Rachel has them days too. She got into a spell a few months ago about not listening and once she was without toys, TV or her VTech games she straightened her act up. They want to see how far they can push and if you will cave in.
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