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At the end of the correction time, use a Positive Conclusion

Many times, at the end of a correction time, both parents and children might feel discouraged and somewhat disappointed. Maybe there is still blame in the air and forgiveness is a hard road to walk on sometimes...

The Positive Conclusion helps children rethink the problem and determine a better response for next time. It also prepares children and parents for reconciliation and renewed relationship.


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