“I hate you!” he hollers as he slams the room entryway.
The words linger palpably as you remain there unfit to move.
Inside seconds, your body is overflowed with indignation. You hit against the entryway hollering, “How might you venture to say that to me?!”
And after that an idea holds you.
Possibly it’s valid. Possibly he truly hates you.
HOW DO YOU RESPOND?
On the off chance that you’ve at any point had the disastrous experience of hearing your child say, “I hate you,” at that point you might be acquainted with the clutter of emotions that pursue. Disarray, disappointment, outrage, pity, and hurt, just to give some examples.
It’s out of these emotions that you attempt your best to react: “You don’t imply that.” And, “Well, I adore you.” Or, “That is it! You’re grounded!”
Sadly, you’ve most likely discovered that these reactions don’t generally work. Truth be told, here and there they compound the situation.
So as to discover a reaction that works, you need to perceive what is taking cover behind your child’s announcement.