Our youngest daughter is ten years old. She will not sit at the dinner table without scowling, covering her ears or slamming her hand on the table because she thinks her father chews too loudly. This behavior started about 3 months ago when we began eating meals together at home three times daily because of covid. We still eat dinner together now and occasionally breakfast. We have tried every form of punishment-taking away her food, sending her to her room, —and she can’t seem to sit peacefully and enjoy dinner. Would love to hear what Mr. Rosemond would recommend. Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Webb
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