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Children’s aggressiveness R. Russel 1Kosma, G. 2014
If a child lives in criticism, he learns to criticize 2Kosma, G. 2014
If a child lives in hostility, he learns to quarrel 3Kosma, G. 2014
If a child lives in irony, he learns to be shy 4Kosma, G. 2014
If a child lives in shame, he learns to be quilty 5Kosma, G. 2014
If a child lives in understanding, he learns to be patient 6Kosma, G. 2014
If a child lives in praise, he learns to appreciate 7Kosma, G. 2014
If a child lives in justice, he learns to be fair 8Kosma, G. 2014
If a child lives in security, he learns to believe 9Kosma, G. 2014
If a child lives in approval, he learns to have self-esteem 10Kosma, G. 2014
If a child lives in friendliness, he learns to find love in the world 11Kosma, G. 2014
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