ASK DR. G: “Don’t Kiss Me Mom!”
Has one of your children started to twist away when you want to be affectionate? That’s normal, but can be painful for child and parent.
Respect their comfort levels.
We have to teach our kids that they get to say who is allowed to touch them, and how. That means we can’t require kisses or touches that they don’t want. However, you have to…
Show your love.
Catch this short video to find out how you can give your child what he or she needs and still respect the line they need to draw.
ABOUT Dr. G: Deborah Gilboa, MD is a Family Physician, mom of 4 boys, international speaker, and author. She developed the “3 R’s of Parenting” to empower parents to raise respectful, responsible, and resilient kids. Dr. G is thrilled to be the parenting expert for Parenting Expo 2014. She is a frequent contributor to ABC, CBS, WQED, Huffington Post, Parenting Magazine, and others. Check out her free downloadable tools to make your parenting more effective!
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