Sh*tty Moms on “You’re not the boss of me!”

That sass will not be tolerated, say "Sh*tty Moms" co-authors Alicia Ybarbo and Mary Ann Zoellner. Here's their take-no-prisoners advice for such disrespect.

Here’s how 4 other parenting experts say to respond…


Richard Weissbourd
The Parents We Mean to Be author and Harvard psychologist Richard Weissbourd advises parents to use this comment as a moment to step back and reconsider what’s gone amiss. Format: Video (0:59)

Christine Carter
The Raising Happiness author and parenting expert says the more you let your kids be the boss, the less you’re likely to hear this complaint. Format: Video (1:01)

Betsy Brown Braun
“In 10 years, when you can drive your own car and pay your bills, then you don’t have to listen to a word I say,” says child expert Betsy Brown Braun. But for now… Format: Article

Gabor Mate
A statement like this, says the best-selling co-author of Hold On to Your Kids , suggests there’s a disconnect between parent and child that needs mending. Format: Article

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