Together they trace the times they've felt manipulated as
parents and come across some interesting answers - a lot about
feeling manipulated has to do with us!
Abigail mentions some moments where her son actually is very
cute in his manipulation, while Elle remembers manipulation feeling
a lot darker.
They realize that manipulation could actually be a measure of
where a parent is at that moment.
Come along for the exploration into manipulation, kids and what
it feels like in the family.
If you want to understand more about the ways your child
behaves, Elle mentions this booklet, How Children's Emotions Work.
Enter the code EMOTION for your free copy. The fascinating insights
will help you decode your child's behavior and respond to it more
Remember, if you'd like to start working with a
listening partner, our Facebook Parents Support Group is a great
place to look for one. Ask to join if you are familiar with the
tools and your children are under 12.
We’d love to hear about the issues affecting you and your
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You can contact Abigail Wald about parenting courses and
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