It can be difficult as a parent to know what to do when your child starts acting stubborn. It seems ingrained in some children to be full of sass, and they do it to the best of their abilities. This leaves a lot of parents pulling out their hair, wondering what to do. How can you get your child to listen to you and work with you rather than do the opposite of whatever you say?
Many of our kids are growing up with the mentality that there is something inherently painful or wrong with waiting. The media and society in general keeps telling them so. Yet waiting can be one of the best character-building tools available, encouraging patience, wise money management, and industriousness. Delayed gratification leads to a deeper appreciation of the thing that they worked hard and waited for, as well as practical lessons on the value of money and a good work ethic.
Teachers spend almost as much time with your kid as you do, which means your child’s teachers have a big influence in his or her life. To make sure you both are working together to ensure your child’s success, you need to know how to communicate effectively with teachers. Here are some tips to help …