Disrespectful behavior — cursing, yelling, arguing, ignoring you, refusing requests, name-calling — is a kind of wake-up call to parents. It’s telling you that you need to be in control of the situation more and set better limits.
The Bigger Picture
When children learn to obey their parents, they learn to submit to authority and follow those who lead them. People who cannot follow, make poor leaders. Help your child understand the values of obedience and submission by being a parent they want to follow and by showing them how to obey their teachers and other adults.
Biblical Reference: Colossians 3:20; Ephesians 6:2-3
It is important to have conversations at the dinner table or in the car that does not involve kids fighting, parentings yelling or nagging. Purposeful conversations start a real conversation and help your family communicate better and learn to share.
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