Parents do this, on average, 2,000 times a year and are unsuccessful 1/2 t

Raising kids is no simple task-- it's a constant battle to raise them into good people. A poll of 2,000 parents to kids ages two to 12 reveals they have 2,184 arguments with their children each year-- an average of six per day-- and  more than half are about food and drink. Kids not eating everything on their plate is the most common cause for arguments, followed by untidy bedrooms, and children complaining about being hungry but then refusing to eat anything healthy. The results also show parents will only "win" just over 50 percent of those arguments, with 60 percent admitting they often end up compromising to keep the peace. 

(The Mirror

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