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The moment your child re-engages in a cooperative manner, praise your child enthusiastically and specifically. For example, “Way to go on joining us at the dinner table respectfully! I am really proud of you.” If you start to hear pleading for a cookie again, go back to ignoring the dandelions. When the rose — your child — returns, provide more praise. You may feel silly bouncing back and forth, but it’s important to water the appropriate flower in the garden — that is, the behavior you want to see.

Ursula Lucille Barrett (nee Barankiewicz), 89 and 1/2, passed peacefully on the afternoon of Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020, due to complications wi…

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