SRL 18: Rights vs. Reasons

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Sometimes the answer is clear. Someone has an obvious right to his turn or her property. But at other times, teach them to negotiate.

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Sometimes it's clear whose turn it is. Or maybe someone has a right to something because it is his own personal property. But what about those times when it isn't so clear? Do your kids know how to negotiate effectively? We'll talk about some important elements of healthy negotiation ... plus the number one thing that will put the breaks on a successful negotiation.

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Sometimes the answer is clear. Someone has an obvious right to his turn or her property. But at other times, teach them to negotiate.

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  • Love this episode and am listening to it over-and-over to help it seep into my long-term memory and muscle memory for those frequently occurring arguments between my three kids. Thank you!