Parenting Expert Julie Ross shares a harsh truth about discipline.
Parenting Expert Julie Ross shares a harsh truth about discipline. Less
Any time I have to talk to my dd about behaviors I always talk about what she can do differently and give her examples of great things she's done in the past. I try to keep even disciple positive.
My oldest always says "You don't even love me" when he gets in trouble.
I feel like I try to tell him how much I love him often & explain why the things he did are wrong but that I know he can do better next time, examples of things he does that are good, etc.. But man, it makes me feel like a terrible parent!
I think my son is at this stage currently with respect & authority!
At 7, she still respects me, as I do her. Teh teen yeas are a different story!
Yup, I can relate to this
I try my hardest to give my kids positives about what they have done good. Also give them their own space when they need it
I can relate to this!
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