Key Insights From:
The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read: (And Your Children Will Be Glad That You Did)
- More than our genetics, we will pass on our pain to our kids if we don’t examine it.
- Don’t lash out when your kids push your buttons—figure out where those buttons came from.
- More important than family structure is how well everyone within the structure interacts.
- Kids will feel safer when their parents learn to fight well.
- Try breaking the cycle of annoying behavior with love bombing.
- Try collaborating with your child rather than defaulting to severity or leniency.