I recently asked this question and received some (justified) comments and close votes.
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The more I think of this question, the more I am on the fence about it.
On the one hand, it deals with an issue raised specifically for parenting (best way to avoid teaching a child to swear), and is looking for strategies that will be specifically helpful to parents in general.
On the other hand, it is geared towards changing the behavior of the parents, and therefore could be just as valid in non-parenting situations.
Some other possible examples of this type of question would be
"My work and chores are interfering with the amount of quality time I am spending with my child. What can I do to find a better balance?"
"We are finding it difficult to meet other couples with children the same age as ours, but we'd like to find more people to schedule play dates. How can my wife and I find more children for our son to play with outside of school?"
Would any of these questions be on topic for our site? Would they require significant rewording, or are they appropriate as-is?
To what degree can we ask advice relating to the behavior of the parents, rather the children, without going off topic?