Day 22 – How I taught my (then) 7 year old to disagree respectfully and stop his backchat

I have done a lot of mental work with my now 12 year old son Ryan and in my earlier days at the PSC, if you were around back then, you would have heard me mention Ryan A LOT, hehehe.


Well, I’m happy to say that his mindset is in such a better place, to the point where he can now call ME on my language or thinking, which I love….well most of the time.


Today I want to share with you a specific conversation we had surrounding Ryan’s back chat and how differently


I handled it without getting stuck in that reprimanding approach I spoke about yesterday.


This could very well be an approach you could use with your child to overcome their tendency to back chat.


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