Getting Back Talk? Let's Talk
Deluxe Audio Training Package
Rude, disrespectful, smart-mouthed, bratty kids who back talk. It seems kids everywhere these days think it's funny and normal to cuss and "diss" others --- and so do some adults.
Not you. You live by the Golden Rule, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." You want and try to be respectful to your children, and expect them to treat you with respect in return.
So it really bothers you when you get disrespectful reactions, smart-alecky attitudes, sassy comments, and non-verbal behavior like rolling eyes and under-the-breath digs.
Well you aren't alone. Most parents have a trigger button for back talk. Why? Because most would have never talked to their parents this way! If they had, they might have gotten smacked across the face!
You don’t want to do that, but you also don’t like being disrespected. So what are you to do?
The most typical reactions to back talk can actually make matters worse! To nip this behavior in the bud, you need to understand the roots of rudeness and how to prevent and respond to back talk in a way that models respect but is still assertive and sets limits and moral standards.
You see, back-talk is learned behavior, so the question is, where do children learn to talk like this? Do they know how to say what they want in an assertive, respectful way? And if they did, would they be heard?
While parents aren’t the only place children learn back talk, they are the biggest influence in modeling communication skills and stopping back talk, even if they didn’t start it.
So here’s a resource package that contains practical what-to-say-and-do solutions. It's a recording of a one-hour, thought-provoking, live workshop and discussion with parenting professionals and real-life parents, just like you, where you’ll discover:
- The five reasons why children today often act and talk in disrespectful, rude, sassy ways.
- The five typical parenting reactions to back talk and why they don’t work, reinforce the behavior or escalate the situation.
- How to recognize whether “sass” is intentional or not --- yes, sometimes it’s unintentional.
- The four things you can do to prevent children from using back talk, rudeness and “smart-alecky” remarks.
- The four-step process for responding assertively, effectively and without defensiveness.
- Tips for teaching children anger management and communication skills to children, so they can express themselves respectfully, even if they disagree or don’t like something.
This deluxe resource package includes:
- Digitally remastered Audio
- Full Transcripts
- All the Handouts andResources Available to the Original Participants
In addition to the audio recording and transcript, you get these additional bonus resources:
- Links to articles on related topic, including back talk, teaching children respectful communiation, and more.
- Tips for teaching children anger management skills.(A teleseminar resource package valued at $97 that's not available separately)
After listening to this recording, you’ll give and receive more respect in your family. Then you can spend you time enjoying each other and creating deeper relationships. Click this link to play a sample (or right-click to download) Then get your copy of the full one-hour audio recording, transcript and bonus resources.