As strange as it sounds, negativity and complaining are actually ways to manage anxiety. When your child complains, he or she feels better because they are expressing themselves and venting worries and fears. If you don’t react to it from your own anxiety, your child will move on.
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Practice gratitude. It is hard to be negative when you are grateful.
Biblical Reference: Philippians 4:6-7
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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