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3 Types of Fights You Should Have in Front of Your Kids

Think you should avoid fighting at all costs when your kids are in earshot? Think again! While children shouldn't be exposed to the chronic stress of yelling, screaming, or physical fights in their homes, there are some types of conflict that might actually help your children grow healthier and smarter. Here are three fights that are okay – even good! – to have in front of your children. A Fair Fight Go ahead, have an argument with the kids around. Just make sure you do it respectfully, that everyone feels safe, and that they don’t end up in the middle of it. It’s not only okay to have an argument with your children present, it’s important! Children will learn how to have healthy arguments

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