Passive-aggressiveness in children is like a fallen tree blocking the road to good communication. They can be unpleasant, demanding, and controlling.
They express negative emotions indirectly without:
- Saying what's bothering them.
- Sharing what they feel.
- Expressing what they want.
What cuts a path through this communication roadblock?
Parenting Solutions are Found in Our New Article
You'll find 5 parenting tips with the exact information you need. The easy step-by-step instructions will help you:
- Determine where the passive-aggressiveness is coming from.
- Decide what to say.
- Get your child to reflect on better communication.
- Teach the Good Communication Formula.
- Use this this activity to practice the formula.
This Communication Formula Will Help If:
- You're fed up with the smirks, the sass, and the snickering
- You're feeling contradicted, confused, or controlled
- You're experiencing opposition, manipulation, or disrespect
Use the suggestions in this article. Get the respect you deserve. Connect with the child you love.
This Direct Communication Formula Helps Your Child:
- Speak calmly and directly about the problem,
- Share his feelings honestly,
- Express the solution he would like.
Cut through the passive-aggressive roadblock. Teach your child this communication formula. Create the loving relationship you want.
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