Should You Allow Natural Consequences For Unhealthy Habits?

I often hear myself saying, "sometimes it needs to get really bad before it gets better". I might be referring to politics or a sticky social situation that prompts change. I've said it to clients too who have a health condition that they've let go, but are now committed to resolving. But last week was the first time I found myself saying it to my family.You see, my son has found Minecraft. I love seeing him so passionate about something, I'm awed by his creations, pleased with how engaged his

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