Episode 255

It can be frustrating to have to regularly remind our children to do the things they need to do, like clean up after themselves in shared family spaces. How can we motivate our kids to complete their chores…without frustration, yelling, or blowups?

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why big-feeling kids may struggle to do what you ask consistently
  • Two simple actions you can take to set your child up for long-term success
  • How to work with your child, not against them, to increase their self-esteem and strengthen your relationship


Mentioned in or related to this episode: 

Your Parenting Long Game Episode 229: “Seeing” Instead of “Fixing” Your Child: Improve Their Behavior and Your Connection With Less Energy
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 251: Why Our Level of Influence Depends on Our Level of Yuck
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 244: Breaking the “Frustration / Guilt” Cycle
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 205: How To Make It Less Exhausting To Deal With Drama In Your Home


Think this, not that when your child resists doing chores

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