Is your child calling the shots? Discover how you can regain control of your relationship, even if you think you've tried it all.
Tantrums in public, slammed doors, and bitter arguments -- do these situations sound familiar?
Does your child expect you to cater to their every whim, no questions asked?
Maybe you're guilty of giving in to the millionth demand for privileges that weren't earned... or saying yes just to get a moment of peace and quiet.
You may have even given up asking your child to help around the house and resigned yourself to eventually having a lazy entitled teen living under your roof.
You worry that you're making crucial mistakes and that your child won't be equipped for the realities of adult life.
You're not alone... and you're not a bad parent!
Entitled children are often raised by parents who care deeply about them. Unfortunately parents demonstrate their love and care in the wrong ways, rewarding negative behavior and avoiding conflict at all costs.
Of course, you don't want to be seen as a tyrant or deprive your child of the things they need. The key is striking a balance between indulgence and discipline.
But how do you do that?
In, I Want It Now! The Veruca Salt Effect, you will learn many ways that you as a parent can help yourself and ultimately your children to overcome or avoid entitlement so they can become the responsible caring adults you wish them to be. Here is just a fraction of what you will discover:
The potentially devastating consequences of the "Veruca Salt Effect" on your child's future career, relationships, and development
7 ways you may be encouraging entitlement without realizing it
Why parents allow their children to be entitled, even when they're aware of what's happening
Key life lessons that every child should learn -- and how you can begin teaching them effectively
The concerning impact of "iPad parenting" on the newest generation of children being raised in an increasingly technology-dependent world
The single most important thing you can do right now to begin turning your child's attitude around
Why constantly trying to avoid conflict is actually damaging your child's ability to handle disappointment and make compromises
The common signs to look out for that will let you know if you're raising an entitled child -- and what you can do about it
Practical advice and guidance for combatting entitled behaviors and encouraging your child to accept circumstances as they are, without argument or protest
And much more.
Parenting isn't easy. Every mom and dad want what's best for their child, but raising happy, capable kids is particularly challenging in today's world of instant gratification.
With this simple, functional book, Erika Albert guides you through the steps to changing your child's attitude right this minute. Using real-world examples and experience-based directions, you'll be amazed at the changes you'll see in your family and your life!
Don't let your child be the boss. Take charge and change their lives for the better by scrolling up and grabbing this book now.
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