Are you loving yourself or your children when you make decisions on discipline and correcting bad behavior?
In some circumstances, it may seem easier to let your kids get their way instead of correcting their behavior. But after their childhood is filled with them getting their way, will your children be morally equipped for adulthood?
Correcting Bad Behavior
When is enough enough? Do you find yourself giving your kids things to keep them satisfied only to realize that their contentment just lasts until their next desire? Though many parents admit this, they continue to perpetuate their kids’ insatiable appetites anyway—all to avoid conflict.
These parents mistakenly think they’re buying time and approval with Junior. They fail to realize that the cost is high, and metaphorically speaking, compounds daily interest by way of attitudinal, character, and behavioral problems. They become complicit in creating self-entitled and insatiable spoiled-brats that nobody likes. By appeasing their kids instead of correcting them, these parents may actually be loving themselves more than Junior. Don’t be that parent.
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