And yet, it tends to be the default for many parents.
Because they don’t see an alternative.
Let me suggest one: Agreement.
“Can we agree ______?” is often far more productive — and FAR more likely to actually happen.
This is not abdication of parenting. It is recognizing that expectations don’t work in relationships. But agreements can be built.
Give it a try.
Listen in to this week’s podcast to learn how.
Raising Thriving Children Series
Eggs, Balls, And Turtles
The Important Influence On Children
Ingredients To Thriving Children
Antidote To A Narcissistic World
Teaching Thrive Principles To Kids