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How to Communicate With Your Strong-Willed Child

When you hear the word strong-willed child, what thoughts and situations cross your mind? 

Defensive, stubborn, outspoken? 

How about honesty, courage, movers and shakers?

As an extremely strong-willed child, adults often labeled me as defiant and rebellious.  Oddly enough, as an adult working with strong-willed youths — I love them all dearly — I have often cast judgment on these children as angry and non-compliant. 

What goes around comes around.

There must be a way to establish healthy boundaries, bond, and foster relationships with strong-willed children. 

There is.

Child psychologist, Dr. Randy Reynolds’ Good News About Your Strong-Willed Child offers plenty of helpful insights and hands-on tools to parent and educate the stubborn, oppositional child.  

In the next ten days, I’ll share Dr. Reynolds’ practical help and spiritual insights on ways to bond and set limits respectfully.

I hope you’ll join me.  Love to hear your experiences and insights!  🙂

October 26, 2009 - Posted by | Attitude, Book Review, Change, Christianity, Compassion, Education, Gratitude, Mind, Passion, Peace, Purpose, Self Help | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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