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How To Raise Kids That Other People Like

You want to like your kids too — but it doesn’t happen automatically

Photo by Lacie Slezak on Unsplash

You’ve seen them. You know them.

They are screaming toddlers in stores; they don’t give up their seats to the elderly; they talk back rudely, and they are selfish and inconsiderate.




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Vuyo Ngcakani

Vuyo Ngcakani

writer, husband for 26 years, father of 3, grandfather of 2

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