Questions Asked, Questions Answered
“Kids are always asking questions,” the article about a study conducted by a Harvard researcher says. “But the best thing you can really do for your child is to not answer their questions. You need to ask the question back to them.” It claims that by not answering questions empowers them “to realize they know things too” and understand that there is not…
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