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More often than not, nagging doesn't lead to behavioral change and it just leaves us, the parents, exhausted and resentful, not to mention the child who usually winds up indignant.
Nagging ( from the Scandinavian gnaga, meaning to gnaw) is "the repetitious pestering, hectoring and continuous urging of an individual to complete previously discussed requests which have been ignored".
Borzekowski and colleagues found that nagging seemed to fall into three categories: juvenile nagging, nagging to test boundaries, and manipulative nagging.
It's the researchers who are calling it nagging, not me - and have identified women as being responsible for nagging for the equivalent of a week a year.
For salespeople, it is instrumental to understand where the line is drawn between persistence and nagging.
AoThe fact that you have more nagging options is whatAAEs good about itAuthe plethora of nagging options,Ao says Martha McGrath.
Frisby could not quite get rid of a nagging worry .
Nagging, of course, takes parenting to a whole new level of responsibility.
He says that injury is behind him, but now he must fight through some nagging leg problems.
THE EARLIEST INSTANCE OF NAGGING may be found in the Good Book with the story of Adam and Eve.
Lucy is hungry to belong to a family and she is intrigued by the differences, but she also starts nagging Mimi to give up smoking.
the yearning, the nagging feeling of incompleteness, the feeling of wanting more, needing more.