Episode 229

So many of us spend a lot of energy trying to make our kids act and feel better. Even though it would seem that these are “long game” strategies because we’re hoping to create a better future for them, they’re actually “band aid parenting” strategies that ultimately exhaust us and negatively affect our relationship.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why we need to stop trying to “fix” our children
  • What action you can take instead
  • Why this does NOT mean that they’ll become less responsible or more entitled


Mentioned in or related to this episode: 


Your Parenting Long Game Episode 6: When You Feel Like You Don’t Like Your Child
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 209: Why Children with Big Emotions are at Higher Risk for Low Self-Esteem (and What We Can Do)
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 81: How to Raise Children With Healthy Self-Esteem (But Not a Sense of Entitlement)
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 53: Having Your Child’s Back: Why Unconditional Support is NOT Permissiveness
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 226: One Small Change That Has a Big Impact on You and Your Child With Big Emotions


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