What to say to your daughter on the car ride home πŸš—πŸš—

Feb 07, 2020

Ughhhh... the dreadful car ride home after a tough day at the ballpark, the fields, the court, wherever the battle took place that day. πŸ™„

How it plays out...

Mom/Dad: Why did you swing at that pitch over your head?!

Daughter: I don't know! I just did (starts to cry because can't stop thinking about how she's such a failure). 🀷‍β™€οΈπŸ˜­

As the daughter in this, a lot of times, I... 
😬didn't feel grateful 
😬was disrespectful 
😬felt ashamed 
😬gave attitude

So, I am just gonna lay it all out there. Straight up!

Parents! I love you and I know you love your kids, but... 

πŸ›‘STOP telling your daughter what she did wrong. She most likely already knows what she did wrong.

βœ…START asking your daughter how she is doing or if she is okay. 

πŸ’—REPLACE 
"Why did you do this?" or "You should of done that!"
WITH 
"What did you learn today?" or "What did you do well today?" or "What can you do to improve?" and "How are you going to do that?"

I know... you want to help and control it all. 
BUT, you have to let your daughter figure it out (with a little guidance).

If you think this is soft, or total B.S., or you should keep doing it your way, your daughter will keep getting the same results.

πŸ‘ If you're ready to see your daughter really step into her confidence, I DARE you to try this out. What do you have to lose?!

Another strike out?!

Let's be sidekicks. Maybe she needs to hear the message from someone else. I can do that! Let's schedule a FREE strategy call HERE!! I'm here for you. I want the best for your daughter AND you! πŸ’•

I can't wait to hear how this goes! πŸ‘Š

Love,
Paige

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