Parenting on Different Pages Makes for Confused & Anxious Kids: Here Are 6 Ways to Improve by Brian King

4 years ago
Parenting on Different Pages Makes for Confused & Anxious Kids: Here Are 6 Ways to Improve

Parents having difficulty getting on the same page are often biased toward modeling the way they were parented or toward doing the opposite. What’s missed in these scenarios is the parenting the child actually needs.

Allow your child to raise you to be the parent they need for creating a life based on their unique sets of strengths and challenges. Here are some ways to do that:

  • Watch what your child seeks and avoids.
  • Respond instead of reacting.
  • Instead of lectures ask questions.
  • Less controlling more collaboration.
  • Be students of life together and experience wonder side by side.

Are you on the same parenting page with your partner?

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Elisa Schmitz, 30Seconds
Excellent points here, Brian King ! I love "be students of life together." YES!

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