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The Passive-Aggressive Child - 5 Practical Parenting Solutions

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You Can Turn Your Passive-Aggressive Child into a
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Passive-aggressiveness in children is like a fallen tree blocking the road to good communication. They can be unpleasant, demanding, and controlling.

They express negative emotions indirectly without:

  1. Saying what's bothering them.
  2. Sharing what they feel.
  3. Expressing what they want.

What cuts a path through this communication roadblock?

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You'll find 5 parenting tips with the exact information you need. The easy step-by-step instructions will help you:

  1. Determine where the passive-aggressiveness is coming from. 
  2. Decide what to say. 
  3. Get your child to reflect on better communication.
  4. Teach the Good Communication Formula.
  5. Use this this activity to practice the formula.

This Communication Formula Will Help If:

  • You're fed up with the smirks, the sass, and the snickering
  • You're feeling contradicted, confused, or controlled 
  • You're experiencing opposition, manipulation, or disrespect

Use the suggestions in this article. Get the respect you deserve. Connect with the child you love.


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This Direct  Communication Formula Helps Your Child:

  1. Speak calmly and directly about the problem,
  2. Share his feelings honestly, 
  3. Express the solution he would like.

Cut through the passive-aggressive roadblock. Teach your child this communication formula. Create the loving relationship you want.  

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Get your answers here:

Parenting the Passive-Aggressive Child - 5 Practical Solutions

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With warm wishes, 

Jean Tracy, MSS


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