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Stop Arguing About Your Kids

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WHO IS IT FOR?

  • Marriage suffering due to differences in parenting
  • Step parents
  • Couples from different backgrounds
  • Passive husband or spouse
  • Couples with differing parenting ideas

Parents are influenced by very powerful emotions, and these emotions can often be contrary and result in disagreements or conflict over a disciplinary plan, ways to support children, and what will be tolerated from children and what will not. This is why marriage and child rearing are closely connected. If you want to have a happy and productive marriage, then typically you must forge agreement about several aspects of children and childrearing.

EXCERPT

Those who have children know that childcare requires a consuming and complex effort and isn’t always fun. It requires handling very strong emotions. The feelings you have for your children are among the most intense feelings you will ever have. This intensity combined with the complexity of the task can create enough pressure to drive couples apart rather than bring them together.

About half of married couples avoid arguments over children by one spouse allowing the other to assume a predominant role. While this may reduce the number of arguments concerning the children, it can increase resentment and frustration. Sharing childcare responsibilities is usually more effective, which means you commit yourselves to share evenly in the task of rearing your children, learn how to do it well, and then work to make it rewarding.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

HOW CHILDREARING CAN AFFECT YOUR MARRIAGE

HOW TO SHARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF CHILDREARING

  • AGREE ON RULES AND CONSEQUENCES
  • SHARE IN THE SUPERVISION
  • SHARE IN TEACHING POSITIVE AND DESIRED BEHAVIOR
  • TEACH RESPECT FOR BOTH PARENTS
  • FIND WAYS TO ENJOY YOUR CHILDREN
  • DEMONSTRATE LOVE FOR EACH OTHER IN FRONT OF CHILDREN

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