Mom's Talk: What Do You Do When You and Your Spouse Disagree on How to Discipline Your Child?
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During spring break, it's possible both parents will be at home and the dynamics change when it comes to discipline. Or do they?
What if your child does something wrong, but there is disagreement between you and your spouse on whether to discipline the child or not? What do you do?
Is it a matter or who is right and who is wrong, or is there common ground here?
Share your thoughts on the question.
QUESTION: What do you do when you and your spouse disagree on how to discipline your child?
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