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Video: Dealing with Entitled Kids

May 13, 2013 | The Main Dish, Posts with Videos | 0 comments

Know some entitled brats? A regular gratitude practice could be just the ticket.

Do your kids suffer from the “abundance paradox’? Do they feel entitled to having it all? Notice: Are they more likely to feel disappointed when they don’t get what they want than they are to feel grateful when they do? This short video is about the relationship between entitlement and gratitude.

© 2013 Christine Carter, Ph.D.

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