Has your child ever got so mad and told you that they hate you? It feels terrible, right? It can be difficult when our kids are full of raw, loud anger and emotion to not lose our temper and respond with an outburst of our own. But when we know better, we do better, and this week, I’m showing you exactly how to deal with times like these.
When your child says something outrageous, disappointing, and hurtful, it doesn’t mean that they actually hate you. By shifting your perspective and understanding what’s really going on behind the scenes, you can work through what feels like an incredible crisis, and even come out the other side more connected to your child.
Join me this week as I share what is really happening with your child when they claim to hate you. Sometimes kids that need the most love ask for it in the worst ways, and “I hate you” is a perfect example of this. I’m sharing a 5 step process you can take the next time you experience this, that will work for you every single time.
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What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
- How I have managed my son’s anger and outbursts.
- What dysregulation is and why your kids experience it.
- How your kids hurting you can sometimes be a cry for help.
- Why kids don’t actually mean they hate us and what to do when they say it.
- How to deal with outbursts of anger in a loving, compassionate way.
- Why children don’t have the capacity to manage their emotional responses.
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