How to Help Your Child Disagree Respectfully

How to help your child disagree respectfully

We tell our children to share their thoughts and feelings, stand up to bullies and have opinions, yet we ignore their whining, criticize their arguments and punish them when they disagree with our decisions. We don’t mean to send our kids a mixed message, but unfortunately, we leave them feeling confused, frustrated and unheard.

Eliminate the confusion and empower your child by taking the time to teach them how to respectfully disagree.

Find 7 tips for teaching your child to respectfully disagree over at the  Positive Parenting Connection  blog.

Nicole Schwarz (couch 3)

Welcome! I'm Nicole Schwarz.

I'm a Parent Coach, Licensed Therapist and Author of It Starts with You. I help stressed, overwhelmed, confused parents find calm, confidence and connection with their kids. No one is expecting perfection here. But, if you’re willing to examine your parenting, find encouragement, or try something new, this is the place for you.

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