When Your Kid Expects You to Immediately Respond to Their Request: Behavior Demo

Isn’t it great that most movies, television shows, any song that was ever written, and 99% of all products are available within three or less clicks of your mouse?

The internet has massively changed our expectation about how long we need to wait to get something – anything.

You might have a memory of when it wasn’t this easy.

But your children do not.

When your kid asks you for something RIGHT THIS SECOND it’s an outgrowth of their usual experience online. (Click to Tweet)

So, you must teach your small beings that when it comes to interpersonal relationships they must have patience. Unlike the Internet, people are not designed to deliver exactly what they want within seconds.

I asked the Behavior + Beyond resident actress to help me demonstrate my proven strategy! By watching the video below you’ll learn how to teach your kids that they can not have everything they want, when they want it.

Insight Into Action!

Parents: What is one situation where you will deny your child’s demands?

Teachers: What is one small way you can teach patience in your classroom?

With a little help we can all grow. If a special person in your life can use this information, then please forward this blog.

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