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This is an activity I do almost on a daily basis.  I only shout at my kids if they are hurting themselves or another kid.  It is not always the best thing to do and I’m working on fixing that.  I know shouting only make things harder to do but Ssometimes I have to do it to get them from shouting at each other.

My girls shout at each other when they get really mad at each other.  I’ve been trying to find different ways for them to express their feelings without shouting or hurting each other.  They can be the best of friends and the worst of enemies.

Please feel free to leave comments below on your experience with kids that shout at each other.

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