How To Discipline a Strong-Willed Child Who Doesn’t Care About Consequences | 169

Kirk Martin is the founder of Celebrate Calm and over the years, he’s shown almost 1 million parents how to stop the yelling, defiance, and power struggles with even the most strong-willed children. He joined us for Teach Them Diligently last season for the first time, and offered incredibly helpful insight to thousands who heard him speak. Today, we’re talking about how you can discipline and teach a strong-willed child who doesn’t seem to care about the consequences. We’ll also spend some time chatting about the lessons parents of strong-willed kiddos get to learn and how God uses those children to refine and sanctify us along the way.

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Find out more about Kirk Martin HERE

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