Conflict is part of every human relationship, because every relationship has two people with different needs and perspectives. Our job as parents is to teach our children to manage that conflict in ways that bring them closer.
On the other hand, research shows that if we just “let them work it out” without guidance, the more powerful child wins, and we’re reinforcing bullying behavior.
But there is a better way, one that teaches lessons your children will use to build healthy relationships for the rest of their lives. Here’s your simple 4-step process to intervene in conflict so that you encourage communication — with examples.
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