How do I get my child to do what I want him/her to do?

The Lancer Answer: CALMLY AND CONSCIOUSLY.  The moment you begin to feel frustrated, you set yourself up for a combative response from your child.  Pay close attention to what happens as you direct your child.  If you don't like the results, instead of blaming the child for not cooperating, calmly and confidently step back and consider what your child needs right now and how you can contribute to that outcome.

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