Reversing Your Child’s Entitlement Attitude

crummy christmas attitudeChristmas is a wonderful time of giving. God gave the greatest gift and so we enjoy giving gifts to one another in reflection of his love. But what happens when your child believes they deserve those gifts and an attitude of entitlement exhibits itself? Perhaps it is through a look, a few words like me, my, and mine, or even a strong demand of “what I want for Christmas.”

Proactive parenting obviously focuses on having a thankful heart to curb the above-mentioned scenario. But our precious children are born sinners, right? So when an attitude of entitlement rears its ugly head in a natural state, how do we combat it? Check out these 5 ideas for reversing your child’s entitlement attitude!

Rachel Wojnarowski loves being a wife, mom to 7, author and Bible study teacher. She and her husband, Matt, enjoy caring for their busy family, whose ages span 3 to 25 years and includes a special needs daughter. In her "free time" she crochets, knits, and sews handmade clothing. Ok, not really. She enjoys running and she's a tech geek at heart. Reader, writer, speaker and dreamer, you can find Rachel at RachelWojo.com. Website URL: http://rachelwojo.com

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Rachel Wojnarowski loves being a wife, mom to 7, author and Bible study teacher. She and her husband, Matt, enjoy caring for their busy family, whose ages span 3 to 25 years and includes a special needs daughter. In her "free time" she crochets, knits, and sews handmade clothing. Ok, not really. She enjoys running and she's a tech geek at heart. Reader, writer, speaker and dreamer, you can find Rachel at RachelWojo.com. Website URL: http://rachelwojo.com