Parenting Mistake Validating Bad Behavior

When I was reviewing the Total Transformation material , there was no more of an emphasis on this one ineffective technique than any other, but since I have seen this mistake and its destructive results, I am putting the emphasis on it myself.

To put it in simple terms, this problem arises when parents tell kids that things are OK, even when they are not. Whether it is an attempt to protect their phony self-esteem or just a parenting cop out so they don’t have to deal with the inconvenient aspects of being a parent, I don’t know.

Regardless of the intention, one thing is for sure, children learn nothing from any experience when they are parented this way.

There are examples on the CD that the presenter comes up with, but I’d rather share a situation I have personally observed.

I’ve seen a kid act terribly and then be disciplined by the father. Ten minutes later, the mother said to the child (out of earshot of the father, of course), “Daddy is just in a bad mood; don’t pay any attention to him.”

Go back and re-read the previous paragraph. Do you see what how many things are wrong with that one little sentence and the ramifications they carry?

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