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How can I raise my child to be a person who is more patient, more persistent and in control of his/her emotions? 

There are easy and effective ways to improve the interaction at home.The methods presented in this guide are invented and tested by Finnish teachers at school.

These tips and advice helped me with my child, so I wrote them down. 

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