How to have a ‘healthy’ fight in front of your children
OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s a problem all families face at one point or another; to fight or not to fight in front of children.
Some parents say they would never subject their children to their disagreements.
However, others say it can be healthy to allow children to see a productive way to settle your differences.
LaDonna Atkins, professor of child development at UCO, stopped by our studios to give her take on the issue.
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