Kids & Family:Parenting
EP 197 Part 5/6: 60 Ways to Respond to Your Kids without Losing Your Cool
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Today I’m covering responses #41-50 ~
When kids are defiant, melting down, yelling at you, or crying because they are upset, want to do something they cannot do, or aren’t doing something you’ve asked them to do, it can be inconvenient, embarrassing, and exhausting. But does it have to be? Instead....
We can observe the behavior as simply that! A behavior. And behaviors pass unless we feed them by giving them too much attention which often causes the child to repeat the behavior. How we respond to our child’s behaviors can make or break our relationship with them and determine how often the child will repeat the same unwanted behavior.
give behavior problems only as much attention as they deserve and then life goes on. We understand that behaviors are just that—behaviors. They pass, and we don't need to give them more attention than they deserve. By responding in a matter-of-fact yet empathetic way, without sarcasm, criticism, anger, or convincing tones, we can maintain a positive relationship with our children.
Parenting is a journey with its ups and downs. These responses are your tools to handle challenging moments while maintaining a positive relationship with your child. Remember, you've got this!
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Three core lessons: Seek first to understand, prepare for the worst, and change the conversation.
Emphasis on conditional praise before unconditional praise.
Understanding Problem and Resistance:
Clear definitions for "Problem" and "Resistance" in the course context.
Acknowledging that children's choices matter and play a role in their future.
Help parents respond (instead of reacting) to your children's behavior and develop resilient, self-aware children.
Recognize that your children crave your leadership to guide them into adulthood.
Resistance and Coping Skills:
Resistance is a coping mechanism that protects identity, self-worth, and knowledge.
Many coping skills are developed in early childhood.
Distinguishes between controlling behavior as a means of dominating and controlling behavior to stop specific problems or behaviors.
Benefits of No-Problem Approach:
Focus on changing behavior without making children pay for their mistakes or behavior.
Promotes a healthier parent-child relationship.
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