Think about the last time your kid was demanding and how you responded. What were his demands? Were they reasonable? What was your response? How did you deliver that response? For instance, what was your tone of voice? How about your body language? Was it a battle? If so, who won: you or your kid? Did you give into your kid's demands, or did you make him wait? Did you insist on a reasonable discussion or just dismiss him out of hand? Did you lose your temper or storm out of the room?
What did not work in how you responded to your kid? Write it so you can remember never to use it again when he uses this bad attitude.
I will not_
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