Do you feel like your kids constantly disrespect you? I used to marinate in the thought that my son was disrespectful. Whenever he was storming or not doing as he was told, I would think to myself how disrespectful he was and become frustrated and angry. But then I opened my mind to other possibilities and realized how mistaken I was.
Every time you say out loud that your kids are disrespecting you, you are giving your mind the assignment to look for evidence to support this. Your brain will find this evidence 100% of the time, which reinforces the idea they are disrespecting you. It’s a vicious cycle, but you can break it by understanding what’s really going on.
Join me this week as I share why your kids aren’t disrespecting you and what’s actually going on instead. For the sake of your parenting happiness, you have to drop the thoughts that your kids don’t respect you, and this week, I’m showing you how to shift your perspective and dispel the myth that your kids are even capable of doing so, while strengthening your relationship with them.
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What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
- Why your kids are not capable of intentionally disrespecting you.
- The reason your child is storming.
- What happens when your child has unmet needs.
- How to use the mantra QTIP to stay calm and support your children.
- What you can do to manage your children’s meltdowns.
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