Stop saying these 4 phrases to your kids, says neuroscientist – great parenting advice
Stop saying these 4 phrases. Interested to find out what they are?
When I find really great articles on parenting I love to share them and this one was sent to me this week from CNBC.com. What I loved about this article is they tell us to stop saying these 4 phrases and then give you ways that successful parents do/say things instead.
Parents often have conversations with their kids that start off well — but then, somewhere, somehow, things take a wrong turn.
A kid who was amenable to discussion, or at least not hostile, completely shuts down. A small disagreement turns into an big fight. What happened?
As parenting experts and authors of “The Self-Driven Child,” we have a combined 65 years of research and experience working with kids (and have even raised a few of our own). We’ve found that the following phrases — uttered by well-meaning parents — don’t work in teaching self-discipline, and we have a good sense of why:
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