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The Mouthy Child: Gift - 9 Best Parenting Answers

Sass is dead if you say, "Stop sassing me!"              

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Stop Sassing Me!

Then you must show you mean it by following  through with consequences. The trick is to catch your child being rude as soon as she starts becoming sarcastic. Don't let it become a habit because it will be more difficult to change. Not impossible but more difficult.

You'll also need to ask your child to think ahead and tell you how he will respond in the future to avoid the sass. Insist on an answer. If your child refuses, use a consequence. 

Reacting to Rudeness

Don't return the sarcasm by saying, “I see you're rolling your eyeballs again. Did you ever find a brain back there?” Sarcastic replies invite volleys of mean-spirited sass. You want to cut it off not rev it up.

Make your goal to model respectful behavior when reacting to your child's obnoxious retorts. Make sure you look and feel in control of yourself even if you need to let time pass before you respond.

Responding to Sassiness:

Our parenting gift offers 9 answers to sassy sarcasm that you can easily use. If your youngster needs a stronger consequence, consider not doing something he wants you to do or taking something away that fits his sarcasm.

Pick up your gift, 9 Best Parenting Responses to a Mouthy Child at:

  http://kidsdiscuss.com/subscriber-gifts.asp

  and insert the word, MOUTHY.

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Thank you so much.

With warm wishes, 

Jean Tracy, MSS

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Gift: 10 Signs of Sarcasm Loving Parents Must Stop!

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Does Your Sassy Child Disturb You?

A SASSY CHILD CAN GAIN POWER OVER HIS PARENTS. Such power, if it becomes a habit, will hurt him now and in the future. His tone, words, and body language signal to others he's self-centered, angry, and in control.

No parent enjoys hearing her beloved child bellow out, "Do it yourself!" or roll his eyes when she asks for help.

Has your child sassed you with "Duh!" as if you were stupid. If your youngster smirks or tells you to "Get a life," it can hurt. This sassy behavior can be changed.

Today, you’ll receive a parenting gift with 5 common sarcastic things kids say and 5 examples of rude behavior. If your child is treating you with disrespect, keep these lists in your 3-hole notebook to refer to when you need them.

Please download your parenting gift by inserting the code word: SASS at   http://kidsdiscuss.com/subscriber-gifts.asp

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 Please comment below. Thank you so much.

With warm wishes, 

 

Jean Tracy, MSS

 

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