Because I work with so many families and speak with so many parents, I am witness to the fact that everyone has a slightly different parenting philosophy.
So, there's commonly a conflict when people come together to raise a child.
On one hand it's beautiful to see: the parents love the child so much and want to do what's in her best interest. On the other hand, intense disagreements arise about what that means.
I've had to work with people so often on this topic that I've been able to break it down to a simple mind-set shift.
In today's video I outline this basic question so that you can eliminate fights with your spouse about the right thing to do for your child.
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Parents and teachers, let's spread more positive behavior messages. Click below to share the essential question about how to eliminate conflicts over parenting with their spouse:
The key to getting two adults to agree about how to address a behavior is to ask the question: “What’s best for the small being?”
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