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Dr. Karp estimates that gossiping about their actions makes them 5 times more likely to absorb what you are trying to communicate with them when compared to just simply telling them directly.
So if your kid is having a meltdown, maybe try talking about it in front of them next time. Get more parenting tips and suggestions from the experts seen on The Doctors.