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Episode title: What To Do When Parents Say No
Live Date: 15th August
Time: 6pm – 6.45pm AEST (check your time in your local area)
Cost: $25.00 AUD
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That important but frustrating word “no” can lead to endless negotiations in our homes. Whether the negotiation be about bedtimes, technology use, staying over a friend’s house on a weeknight or keeping up with a sibling (or a higher stakes issue) we want out kids to know that we have their best interests at heart.
In this episode, we are going to talk about the rites and responsibilities that come with being a trusted adult, and why saying “no” is tough for adults too! We are also going to talk about things that parents often say no to – technology, buying cool stuff and social freedoms – and why most kids feel like their parents are the strictest in the whole world. Lastly we will consider ways to respond to a “no” well, and the most respectful ways to approach an adult with an important request.
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