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Asked and Answered: A Social Story to Reduce Power Struggles

Asked and Answered: A Social Story to Reduce Power Struggles
Asked and Answered: A Social Story to Reduce Power Struggles
Asked and Answered: A Social Story to Reduce Power Struggles
Asked and Answered: A Social Story to Reduce Power Struggles
Asked and Answered: A Social Story to Reduce Power Struggles
Asked and Answered: A Social Story to Reduce Power Struggles
Asked and Answered: A Social Story to Reduce Power Struggles
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We all know kids who struggle with accepting no without turning it into a debate. This is a social story that helps teachers, parents and children learn skills to reduce power struggles. The child can use this workbook to learn skills to stop nagging and accept what adults have said.

NOTE: This story may not be appropriate with children with autism because of the nature of their ruminative thoughts.

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6 pages
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