Broadcast Date: October 29, 2014
(Note: Today’s program is available for “on demand” listening—in the embedded player on this page or as a download–after 3pm ET.)

No one likes to feel disrespected. Especially parents! Aren’t kids supposed to automatically respect parents? RIGHT! If you are facing a situation where it seems your child or teenager just doesn’t respect you, Dr. Randy is here to help you take intentionally steps to improve your family.

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Here’s a question to consider…”When you feel disrespected by your child or teen, what  is One Thing that helps you effectively deal with it?”

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 inTENtionalsinTENtionals for Parents

Parents Rights: As a parent you have the right…

… to expect your children to cooperate.
… to expect to be treated with respect in your home.
… to expect your children to face reasonable consequences. 

Today’s Featured IL Center Resources

Faith Builder Pack

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