The Moms: How and when to put the brakes on children that ‘talk back’

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We all know how aggravating it is when your children talk back and as parents we often want to be quick to shut that behavior down.

But now some experts are saying that talking back is actually developmentally healthy for kids, and may lead them to being more successful adults.

The Moms, Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein, weigh in.

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