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Parents: Yelling and Cursing at Your Kids Harms Them

Parents who yell and curse at their teens may be doing more harm than good, says a recent study. The report’s authors suggest that this type of discipline doesn’t change children’s “bad” behavior, but can increase a kid’s irritability, aggressiveness and disregard for their peers, says Science Daily. Blacks made up 40 percent of the study’s participants.

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