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Is educating negociating?

I read everything! Dolto, Almos, Rufo... Positive education, vertical education, advice from my mother, friends.
Well, we're going to be pragmatic!

Front cover of the book 'La cause des enfants' by Françoise Dolto.

The kids will take care of setting the table without me repeating the same instructions for the 10,000th time and I will give them their video games moment.
Am I a bad mother?
Is it blackmail?

Let's talk franckly!
The idea that children bring me: is it motivation or blackmail? In any case, we already frame their “consumption” of video game with more or less irritation. For us, it's always too much and for them, it's not enough. As much as it benefits all and especially that it becomes now a subject of discussion and explanations.
So I decide, it will not be blackmail. Otherwise, our whole life would be a great blackmail.

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