As we know, when kids cry it's not always because something is wrong.
The truth is, kids cry for many reasons.
A parent recently submitted a question for my Ask Me Anything series* about what she should do when her kid cries as a form of manipulation.
That kid is a smart cookie; he knows crying works to give him what he wants.
There is a way to stop this behavior pattern!
Click below to find out the simple way to stop the tears and keep your kids on task.
* We’re always looking for more questions for this series! Feel free to email info@BehaviorAndBeyond.net with questions for Ask Me Anything.
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Parents: When will you begin the process with your kid?
Teachers: What is one circumstance where you will begin the process with one particular student?
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