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Ok, so I understand how ignoring the behavior would work if it was directed at an adult, but what about when your child hits other children? Should that be ignored as well, because I really don't think that teaches them anything... If it happens at another person's home I simply tell him if he can't be nice to his friends we'll have to go home and then we leave after, say, three times. I know he doesn't understand this yet but eventually he will make the connection. What do you do when they hit other kids at this age?
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