Episode 232

It can be difficult to set boundaries effectively with children who have big emotions. Traditional parenting strategies like punishments or nagging don’t really work in the long run, and they tend not to feel good for us or our kids.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why traditional strategies for setting limits and boundaries don’t work with big-emotion kids
  • One parenting strategy for setting limits that is under-used but VERY effective
  • How to effectively set limits using a strategy that is completely in your control


Mentioned in or related to this episode: 


Your Parenting Long Game Episode 201: Why Children With Big Feelings Act So “Dramatic”
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 221: When You Do Something Fun For Your Child and They Still Don’t Do What You Ask
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 203: Why Don’t Punishments Work With My Big Emotions Child?
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 226: One Small Change That Has a Big Impact on You and Your Child With Big Emotions
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 218: When Your Child Complains Every Time They Have to Do Something They Don’t Want to Do


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