1. How often do you give up when you ask your child to do something and he/she doesn’t do it?2. How often does your child get away with things?3. When your child is punished‚ how often does the punishment work?4. How often do you feel that you can correct your children’s behavior?5. Once a punishment has been decided‚ how often can your child get out of it?6. How often do you have to ask your child to do the same thing more than once?7. How often does your child get punished sometimes‚ but not other times‚ for doing the same thing?
1. Once your parent decides a punishment‚ how often can you get out of it?2. How often do you get away with things?3. How often do you get punished sometimes‚ but not other times‚ for doing the same thing?4. How often does your parent have to ask you to do the same thing more than once?5. When you get punished‚ how much does the kind of punishment you get depend on your parent’s mood?■ 1 Totally on mood ■ 2 Mostly on mood ■ 3 About half on mood half on your behavior ■ 4 Mostly on your behavior ■ 5 Totally on your behavior
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