Are You Missing Out on Heart-Felt Appreciation from Your Child?

by Connie Allen on November 2, 2012

Almost every parent I talk with in depth admits they don’t feel appreciated by their child.

Parents of young children don’t expect appreciation, believing their youngster is incapable of such awareness.

Parents of teens hate the lack of appreciation they receive for all they’ve done and are continuing to do for their adolescent, yet it is considered ‘normal behavior’ in teens.

Those parents with children between toddler and teen passionately hope their child will figure it out.

When my son was young, I committed to trying something different from what I saw parents around me doing…and with profound, amazing results. Now, observing my two grandchildren ages 2 and 5, I am continually blown away by their heart-felt appreciation, politeness and kindness toward me and others.

Watch the short video below to learn the most important part of developing appreciation in your child.

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Jenna Avery November 5, 2012 at 10:37 pm

Connie, are you going to be teaching or posting “How to Foster Heart-Felt Appreciation, Politeness, and Kindness in your Child”? I’m getting the importance of it. I’d like to hear more about how. :)

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