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Age compression is the idea that children at a certain age are acting older than children at the same age would have acted previously. You may have heard the phrase, “Kids are growing older younger.” There are real dangers that come from children growing up too quickly. In this Power Parenting video, Maggie Bertram shares three practical steps to help your child grow up as God intended.

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