Vulgar Language

Vulgar Language

There are over 225,000 words in the standard English dictionary with new words being added every day. Surely, children can learn to use words other than those that are demeaning and disgusting. Avoid laughing or getting angry. Stay calm and inform the child that this family does not use bad language.
VULGAR LANGUAGE

⭐PARENTING WITH PURPOSE PRACTICES  ⭐

TRY THIS 👉🏻Discuss good words and bad words with your child by letting them know early on that you have an expectation for them to use appropriate words to express their feelings.

TRY THIS 👉🏻Provide your child with a list of words they are allowed to say when they are angry that express feelings but aren’t offensive.

TRY THIS 👉🏻If your child is old enough to write and has already been taught not to use vulgarity, have them find words in the dictionary that replace the one they’re using and ask them to write that word 100 times.

The Bigger Picture

Blessings and curses should not be coming out of the same mouth. It’s a sign of disrespect that should never be tolerated or excused.

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