As parents, we all know that moment. The red flash of anger has cleared, our blood pressure has gone down, and we step back just enough to realize the mess we have made. Our child is emotionally hurt—crying, yelling, or hiding away in their room. There has been a rupture of the relationship; at least part of it is our fault. Oh, man. Now what?
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