Five Mistakes Connected Parents Make
The Role of Empathy
2. Assuming Empathy Will Change Your Child's Behavior
“But I said all the right things and he still kept on!” When you expect connective communication to change your child, it becomes manipulative and no longer genuine. Responding calmly, firmly, respectfully, and with no blame means you are modeling appropriate behavior and you are in control. This is why you do it—not to get your child to do what you want. The byproduct is that your child feels understood and safe. From that place he may feel freer to let it all out. Then his behavior will normalize.
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