Episode 057 | When Kids Interrupt
Would you like to enjoy having an adult conversation without someone yanking on your arm and yelling, “Hey, mom! Hey, mom!” Would you like to teach your children to be respectful and not interrupt…but do it in a way that also shows respect for them? Join Katy and me as we discuss how to get your kids to put off interrupting and put on kindness and consideration for others.
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Episode 057 | When Kids Interrupt: Kids are just like us and have a natural tendency to place a higher priority on themselves than others, even when it comes to communicating. We want to set a good example and be considerate when our kids are talking, just as we expect them to be considerate when we’re talking. Listening and having conversations with young children can be exhausting at times, but they feel loved, valued, and important when we set aside time just for them. Their hearts are typically going to be more attentive and receptive to our teaching when we meet the needs of our children by spending alone time with them--which means no more interrupting!
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