kids. Friday , February 10th , 2017 - 03:33:10 AM
Kids who use abusive language and behavior want to attack you so that they can control you. They don't care about consequences; they're not intimidated by them. Abusive behavior has to be handled very clearly and sternly. (I wont be addressing verbally abusive attacks in this article. If your childs behavior is verging onor has already entered into the verbal abuse stage, please read Kids Who Are Verbally Abusive: The Creation of a Defiant Child and How to Stop Threats and Verbal Abuse in EP.)
Your older kids may respond to being given responsibility for packing some of your belongings. Put them in charge of packing one or two rooms and show them how to pad items and mark boxes. In addition, make sure they each put together a box or bag of items theyll need for the first night or two in their new home. If your kids are younger, give them a couple of moving boxes and some washable markers and let them stay busy using their imaginations while youre doing the heavy lifting.
3. You could also ask a mutual friend to suggest to the other parent that counseling may help improve the parenting relationship and point out that this would directly benefit the child.
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