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Establish Age-Appropriate Punishments
If your children don't listen, make sure you give them age-appropriate consequences for their actions. For younger children, Rabbi Shmuley suggests putting them in a corner for a time-out, sending them to their rooms or denying something that they like. If it's something related to an object, like a toy that you asked them not to play with, Rabbi Shmuley says you have to take that toy away.
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