Mar 3, 2023
Lori’s 11 year old son has always been a fun-loving class clown who likes to mess around in class. Now that he is in middle school his teachers find his behavior to be disrespectful. Since this only happens in school, Lori is wondering what strategies she might be able to suggest to her son so he can better judge when his humor and interruptions are okay and when they are not. If you have a child who’s having trouble controlling inappropriate behaviors this podcast may help.
This week on The Parenting Mentor:
Effective tips and tangible tools for your child to express their humor and thoughts without creating disruptions at school.
Supportive brainstorming exercises and scenario role playing to teach your child the lesson of when and where.
Changing your perspective to focus on your kid’s gifts and having empathy for their experience rather than having judgment.
“First thing I would do is, I wouldn’t worry too much. Like oh my god this is going to affect his whole life? The only thing that’s going to affect his life is that he has the ability to make people laugh and that’s a great thing.”
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