"How do I stop my 11 year old son from being so disrespectful to his sisters?"

It's often difficult for parents to know the difference between "sibling rivalry" and unacceptable behavior. This week’s Tips on Teens question comes from a concerned parent about his 11 year old son's behavior toward his sisters. Here's the question:

"How do I stop my 11 year old son from being so disrespectful to his sisters? I am constantly yelling at him to stop chasing and teasing them. They are older, so I don’t think he’ll hurt them, but I’m afraid that he will learn to be disrespectful and anti social to women in general as he gets older and hurt someone and get arrested."

Blog #44: "How do I stop my 11 year old son from being so disrespectful to his sisters?"

 
“How do I stop my 11 year old son from being so disrespectful to his sisters?"

“How do I stop my 11 year old son from being so disrespectful to his sisters?" For more info and past videos, please visit www.TeenTherapyCenter.com It's often difficult for parents to know the difference between "sibling rivalry" and unacceptable behavior. This week’s @TipsOnTeens question comes from a concerned parent about his 11 year old son's behavior toward his sisters. Here's the question: "How do I stop my 11 year old son from being so disrespectful to his sisters? I am constantly yelling at him to stop chasing and teasing them. They are older, so I don’t think he’ll hurt them, but I’m afraid that he will learn to be disrespectful and anti social to women in general as he gets older and hurt someone and get arrested." To contact us by phone or email, please visit http://www.TeenTherapyCenter.com/Contact-Us #ParentingAdvice #Parenting #ParentingQuestion #MentalHealth #ParentsOfTeens #ParentingTeens #WorkingParents #SiblingRivalry #Siblings #TipsOnTeens

Posted by Teen Therapy Center on Wednesday, January 30, 2019

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