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4 ways parents can empower instead of enable their children

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Many parents don't intend to spoil their kids, but in today's world, it's easier than ever. Pediatric occupational therapist Brandi Russell shared four ways parents can empower their child instead of enable them.

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