Nagging = A Boundary Without Consequences. 6 Steps to Stop the Nagging and Get More Cooperation From Your Kids.

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She’d said it at least 100 times. “Put your laundry in the hamper.” And most laundry days the kids’ dirty clothes were on the floor. “Really? Again? For the 101st time, put your dirty clothes in the hamper!” This is classic nagging, and a great example of a boundary without consequences.