Dr. Robyn Silverman answers one parent’s question about how to teach her children to be responsible and accountable for their own messes and mistakes. Question answered: Dear Dr. Robyn. My sister’s kids are always leaving a mess for her to clean up. My kids are young and I just don’t want them to do the […]
Ask Dr. Robyn: Teaching Children Accountability and Responsibility is a post from: Dr. Robyn Silverman – Child Development Specialist, Body Image Expert, Success Coach & the Creator of the Powerful Words Character Development SystemRead More
In this month’s webisode, Dr. Robyn Silverman – the founder and creator of the Powerful Words Character Development System used right here in our program helps a parent to teach his kids to be more accountable.Read More
It’s expected that children will make mistakes—as they should! When they make mistakes at young ages (when the stakes are low) they can apply those life lessons later on in life when the stakes are higher. However, children must also learn accountability. It’s an vital part of becoming a successful adult! Teaching accountability takes a…Read More
The powerful word of the month is accountability! Accountability is all about keeping our promises and commitments while also taking care of our mistakes. It’s important to allow our children and teens to be accountable for themselves (while still being age appropriate) so that they learn (1) Making mistakes is not the end of the […]
Dr. Robyn Silverman introduces the Powerful Word Accountability is a post from: Dr. Robyn Silverman – Child Development Specialist, Body Image Expert, Success Coach & the Creator of the Powerful Words Character Development SystemRead More
This month we will focus on the powerful word, accountability. Accountability is closely linked in with being dependable, responsible and trustworthy. It’s a powerful word that asks people to keep their promises, admit mistakes, and take action when they realize that they didn’t make the best choice. Being an accountable person takes courage. Many people…Read More
Is Texting Getting In the Way of Responsibility and Conflict Resolution?
I’m still reeling. Our temporary babysitter who was filling in for about 4 hours a day during the work week, didn’t call when she decided that she wasn’t coming in today. She texted.
TEXT: I was at an interview and I got the job!
TEXT ANSWER: […]