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Should You Allow Your Kids to Play with Toy Guns?

Beloved holiday film ponders this question.

Stock photo by Deposit Photos

For years parents have been debating the merits of purchasing toy guns for their children for Christmas or their birthdays.

Guns used to be a more a common toy than it is today, when many parents believe that playing with toy guns encourage violence and destructive behavior. And in…

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Rose Bak is a freelance writer, author and yoga teacher who lives in Portland, Oregon. Visit rosebakenterprises.com or follow @authorrosebak on social media.

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