"But other kids get to do it!" When your child demands to do what other kids are doing, should you give in or stand firm?
If "all the other kids get to do it," should you let your child, too? Richard Weissbourd — child and family psychologist and author of The Parents We Mean to Be — suggests that the answer is anything but simple. Get his take on how and when to draw the line when your child applies peer pressure to your parenting decisions.
More Richard Weissbourd: Ever feel like your about to "lose it" with your kids? Here's how to stop yourself before you do.
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