Apathy--kids work at it

Guarendi, Ray
July 1992
Single Parent;Jul/Aug92, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p14
Looks at why children work so hard at convincing their parents they don't care about discipline. Discusses why children need discipline and how parents can deal with apathy.


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