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Do you struggle with a child who is difficult or challenging?

A child that often causes you exasperation?

One who takes more time and energy than all your other children put together?

This is the child who is different from your other children, and what works for the others doesn’t work for him.

There IS hope and help for parenting a difficult child!!

  • 39-page printable eBook
  • Written by Kathie Morrissey of the Character Corner
  • 14 Chapters filled with advice

 

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by Kathie Morrissey

Dealing with a Difficult Child

How do you deal with a difficult child?

How do you respond to the resentment or anger he stirs up in you?

There IS hope and help!!

Get the answers to your questions in this ebook, as Kathie talks about 12 different ways to respond to that difficult child, and handle the challenges that he brings with a loving, kind spirit. You will be encouraged and helped by the practical points she shares from her own personal experience in dealing with two of her children. She shares honestly in talking about the guilt she struggled with and the realization that God wanted her to depend on HIM. Start fresh today!

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Do you struggle with a child who is difficult and challenging?

When I say “difficult child”, I am talking about the one who causes you exasperation and frustration. This child takes more time, energy, and discipline than all your other children put together! He is different from your other children, and what works for the others doesn’t work for him.

When I speak on this topic, I ask parents to give me one word describing their difficult child. These are some of the most common words I hear:

  • stubborn
  • angry
  • prickly
  • proud
  • sensitive
  • busy
  • annoying

The difficult child is usually called by their FULL name, and rarely in a quiet tone.

In this 39 page book, I’ll share with you my personal experiences with my own difficult children, and how we overcame the obstacles. 

Each child is so different, so being aware of their needs and recognizing patterns in their behavior is key. Proverbs 22:6 tells us to train up a child in the way he (not his brother or sister) should go. Each of our children are different, and we train them accordingly.

How To Handle Difficult Behavior

Some topics covered in Dealing with a Difficult Child are: 

  • Train Them In The Way That They Need To Be Trained
  • Speak To Them Calmly And Kindly
  • Not Getting Bitter and Resentful Toward The Difficult Child
  • Know What Your Parenting Goals Are
  • …and so much more!

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