Do’s and Don’ts of complimenting your kids

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How many times have you told your kids: Great job! We're so proud of you! Or, you're the best!

Well, a recent study from Ohio State University suggests that showering our kids with constant praise may actually turn our them into tiny narcissists. Researchers say we're creating a generation of children with over-inflated egos who can't solve problems for themselves.

So how much praise is too much? Psychologist Dr. Tiffany Sanders is the author of "My Purpose is For Real: 7 Simple Steps to Get Back on Track and Achieve Your Dreams." She talked to WGN Morning News about how to compliment your kids.

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