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A PARENT coach has revealed the best methods to ensure your kids know how to share and never push or shove.

Mum-of-two, Csilla Love explains how to set boundaries properly with your kids to ensure success.

The mum takes to her TikTok account to answer the question: "Could you give us some examples for boundaries with toddlers, please?"

Posting under the domain @csilla.love the mum and coach captioned the post "6 Steps For Setting Boundaries with Children."

The first boundary step, she says is to "decide specific boundaries – less is more."

The second she says is: "involve children where possible" followed by "Communicate them and explain why."


The mum and coach also say it is important to "display" the boundaries and as a fifth step "Determine consequences – be firm and fair."

The final step she says to follow is to display "Role model behaviour and give genuine praise."

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Giving examples of boundaries she lists "hitting/pushing", "taking turns" and "showing respect to people and property."

The post has already been viewed 1186 times in the past three days and viewers have been quick to comment.

"Thank you so much for your video" commented one person.

Another said: "I have a two-year-old girl and a five-year-old boy. I've been watching your videos and changing some of my parenting techniques. Your videos have helped."

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