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March 01, 2023

Game Plan for Raising Well-Behaved Children - I

One of the worst things you can do as a parent is let children manipulate you! Dr. Kevin Leman warns about kids who misbehave for attention to gain power, or even for revenge! But you can respond in healthy ways that teach your children godly character!

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About Focus on the Family

Hosted by Jim Daly, President and CEO of Focus on the Family, this half-hour program is the cornerstone of Focus on the Family's home-strengthening outreach. Focus on the Family provides biblically-based advice for marriage and parenting with heart-touching stories and help for families.

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