Kids and Respect Q&A – 218
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Last week, I ran a workshop called The Secret to Raising Respectful Kids (That No One Else is Talking About) and it was amazing!
Prior to the workshop, I sent an email asking those who signed up to tell me ONE THING they most wanted to know, ask, or understand by the end of the workshop. They asked some incredible questions like . . .
“I’d like to understand what respectful behavior exactly means, especially in the context of teenagers. What behavior is considered normal, and what should I address?” and “Why do my kids love to push buttons just for the sake of pushing buttons? When they see I’m upset and I’ve asked them 100 times to stop, why must they continue on?”
Nodding your head yet?
In today’s podcast episode, I’m answering these (and several more!) questions about kids and respect.
If you’ve been a parent for more than .5 seconds, I know this will resonate and maybe give you a new perspective on respect in your own home.
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER:
- The determining factor that makes your child’s behavior respectful or disrespectful
- My response to the question about pushing buttons and what’s really going on there
- What to do when your kids don’t treat you as a human being with feelings
- And more!
FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE:
- Episode 071 – The Truth About “Buttons” and “Triggers”
- Episode 124 – Do Something Different
- Episode 031 – What’s Your Story?
- Episode 058 – Your Child’s Core Emotional Needs, Part Three: Competence
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