Arguing In Front Of Your Kids With The Dad Podcast

Should you argue in front of your kids?

Parents have been having this conversation with each other for generations.

Some believe that it is simply beneficial to protect their children from the negativity of arguments.  They fear that if their kids see them fight, that they will then turn around and do the very same thing. 

But what about that recent study that was outlined in Romper?

The study that explains how arguing in front of your kids is good for their emotional development?

Well, that's where the other camp comes in.  The camp that Justin Worsham of The Dad Podcast is in.

"I think it is a bad idea to hide your arguments from your kids. It makes them feel like a failure when they have a fight with their spouse. I think it also teaches that it is shameful to disagree with someone."

To hear more of Justin's take on arguing in front of your kids and other parenting topics, you can check out all of his stuff at The Dad Podcast

Check out his latest episode with Norman Aladjem about Norman's book, which is a collection of letters he wrote to his daughter.

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