EGALITARIAN TOOL #3: THE TROUBLE WITH SETTING LIMITS: Setting Limits with You (Not Them)

Last month’s post was for parents who set so many limits on children, the kids become oppositional towards them, or self-conscious about just being kids. Conversely, if you have trouble setting limits for the child, this is the post for you. When you are too afraid you will hurt children with limits, they may learn four unwanted lessons: (1) disrespect their own limits for fear of losing the approval of others, (2) fear of emotions, (3) entitled and impulsive behavior and/or (4) hold it in then let them have it. 1) Teaching Children to Respect Your Limits...and Theirs ​ We want to teach children how to be authentic about their needs. We want them to say no to others when something doesn’t fe

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