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Why You Should Hug Your Kids When They’re Being Horrible

Why You Should Hug Your Kids When They’re Being Horrible
Because our kids learn better with love, than with punishment. A hug and a chat about what is going on will get a better response than yelling and punishment.

Because our kids learn better with love, than with punishment. A hug and a chat about what is going on will get a better response than yelling and punishment.

Because sometimes, when our kids act out, it is a cry for help. Perhaps they can’t express their big feelings in a more appropriate way, or perhaps there is something else bothering them, stressing them out, making them frustrated and a hug can open the door to talking about what is really going on so you can deal with it.