Episode 242

Even when we set limits and boundaries that are logical and make sense, our children with big emotions often have BIG reactions: whining, arguing, complaining, etc. How can we set much-needed limits for our children without causing long-term damage to our relationships?

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why explaining our reasoning for limits actually makes things worse
  • A plan to reduce drama around limits and boundaries
  • A Long Game strategy that can reduce resistance and build trust between us and our children


Mentioned in or related to this episode: 

Your Parenting Long Game Episode 206: When Your Child’s Upset Seems Completely Illogical
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 210: When Your Big-Emotion Child Is Being Disrespectful
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 218: When Your Child Complains Every Time They Have to Do Something They Don’t Want to Do 
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 90: How to be a Strong Leader in Your Family so Kids Know You’re in Charge
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 51: Respectful Discipline: What it Sounds Like to Balance Firmness with Respect


Understanding Yuck and the Yuck Curve

QUIZ: Which Long Game Tool Will Help Me Most Right Now?

Resource to Support Teachers of Highly-Sensitive / Big Feeling Children


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