Episode 260

We all know how hard it can be to get our children off of their devices without tears, pushback, or defiance. Even commonly-suggested tips — like giving kids plenty of warning — don’t seem to work for kids with big emotions. How can we get our kids to listen to us and get off of their devices when we ask?

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why traditional strategies for getting kids off their screens don’t work 
  • What our children need from us (instead of constant reminders)
  • How Long Game Parenting can teach our children strategies for hard or uncomfortable things with less conflict and a healthier parent-child relationship


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Your Parenting Long Game Episode 255:  LONG GAME CASE STUDY: Mom Who Motivates Child to Clean Up – the Long Game Way 
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 256: LONG GAME PROBLEM PREVENTER Stop Predicting the (Negative) Future
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 250: Why Negative Behavior Is Not a Choice (And What Happens When We Assume It Is)
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 242: Why You Don’t Have to (and Shouldn’t) Try to Convince Your Child to be OK with Your Limits

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