#93: How to Break Your Child’s Sense of Entitlement (Podcast)

sense of entitlement

Does your child believe they deserve certain things? That they are entitled? An entitlement is something that is granted to someone without them having to earn it. It is given without any effort. It is a right. And unfortunately, our culture is encouraging our children to pursue this sense of entitlement.

Well, on today’s podcast, my wife, Susan, and I will be sharing how to break your child’s sense of entitlement.

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Discussion Recap

4 Things Our Children Often Believe

  1. I deserve an “A.”
  2. I deserve to make the team.
  3. I deserve to be served.
  4. I deserve to do what my friends do.

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  • thierry

    Really awesome topic and well discussed. This is one of the core problem that we & society are plaguing our children with: sense of Entitlement. Well done Mark & Susan

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  • twistedlover524

    So glad I taught my daughter when she was young that the world doesn’t owe her anything….her DS just broke and she says….well I know what I want for Christmas (her birthday is in August but she still said Christmas) was outside the other day and one of the neighborhood kids had a complete melt down because his ball popped and his mom HAD to go buy him a new one none of the other one’s were good enough…so they got in their car and left!!! Ugh