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How to Help Your Procrastinating Child

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Sure Mom, I'll get to it... Oh, I didn't know you meant now... I forgot...

Ever hear these words come from your child's mouth? Ever want to throw a royal fit when you hear them?

Life for kids today seems way more complicated than it was for us. So many distractions: homework, field trips, social media, clubs, practices, rehearsals, parties, video games... the list goes on and on. With so much going on, it's no wonder that they struggle with priortizing, staying organized, and getting things done. This lack of focus may annoy you to no end, but in a way, you can probably relate. What's a parent to do? Glad you asked!

The Recovering Procrastinator herself, Rita Emmett, is here today to tell you how to help your child break the habit of procrastination. She'll share some golden tips from her book, The Procastinating Child: A Handbook for Adults to Help Children Stop Putting Things Off.

Call in, 646-716-6910, or join the LIVE chat during the broadcast!

 

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