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I found the article pretty darn interesting as I want to raise Matilda to be happy, creative, content, thoughtful, loving, sympathetic, obedient and independent. I would love it if she was also a great and fearless eater :)
While Americans fret over modern parenthood, the French are raising happy, well-behaved children without all the anxiety. Pamela Druckerman on the Gallic secrets for avoiding tantrums, teaching patience and saying 'non' with authority.
Children should say hello, goodbye, thank you and please. It helps them to learn that they aren't the only ones with feelings and needs.as do these:
Remind them (and yourself) who's the boss. French parents say, "It's me who decides."I also read this article The Juggle Are French Parents Better?
Don't be afraid to say "no." Kids have to learn how to cope with some frustration.