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Do kids/teens knowingly misbehave/ manipulate parents? Dr Rosina & Dawson Church

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Welcome to the Inspired Children Parenting Show with Dr Rosina McAlpine.

I have heard parents say that their children manipulate them and that children and teens knowingly misbehave and choose not to do the right things. Stay tuned and learn what brain science has to day about this topic from my fabulous guest. Today on the show I am interviewing Dawson Church PhD who has a wealth of knowledge across the areas of health, psychology, neuroscience and spirituality. His principal work is his best-selling book The Genie in Your Genes which reviews the research linking consciousness, emotion, and gene expression.

Dawson Church has also offered a free gift to listeners that you can download at www.dawsongift.com

In this interview you'll learn about how children's brains work - from baby to teenager and how that impacts their behaviour.

Do you have an impulsive 2 year old? Is your teen reckless? In this interview you'll understand why this is and how to support your child's brain development and raise psychologically balanced children.

For parenting tips and resources, download my free parenting guide at www.DrRosina.com and Have a look at my ebook series where you can teach your child so many key life skills to help them communicate effectively, plan and complete their homework, learn about eating well and exercise, manage set back and bounce back stronger with a positive attitude and so much more – and the skills can be learned in only take 15 minutes at a time! Every parent can find 15 minutes once or twice a week to empower their children! Be a proactive positive parent for your child's future! http://www.drrosina.com/life-skills-e-books/

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