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A radically different way to respond when your child is aggressive or acts out.

A radically different way to respond when your child is aggressive.

The meticulously created Lego creation smashes against the wall and shatters into a hundred pieces. “That’s enough!” You yell, hoping to diffuse the situation. He screams back, picking up another handful of Legos. “What has gotten into you? We don’t throw toys in this house!” Your response only seems to fuel the fire. Trying a different tactic, you switch to empathy, “You seem angry.” “I’m