Why Your Kids Need to See You Have Conflict with Other Adults

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It is our job as the grown ups to model healthy conflict resolution for our children.

Fighting dirty and being violent is not that.

Never having a disagreement in front of them is also not that.

Kids need to see us communicate and connect thru conflict so they can garner those same skills for their own relationships.

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