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TIPS FOR PARENTS: HOW TO OVERCOME THE DIFFERENCES IN EDUCATION?
In any family, a situation may arise when the mother and father have their own clear ideas about the upbringing of the child, and each of them intends to defend their point of view. Like it or not, each of the parents is a separate, formed personality with its own specific views, which are rooted throughout life. Based on this, differences in parenting and conflicts can arise in the family, and if they arise often enough, this can become a big problem in the family.
To avoid constant quarrels, use the following tips.
Tips for parents: how to overcome differences in parenting?
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