How to help an entitled teenager

Entitlement is defined by confusion over what’s deserved, what’s earned, and what’s a gift. Entitled teens are less willing to help others or accept personal responsibility for themselves. Entitled teens often have high demands of everyone but themselves. I shared on Instagram (@KristenDukeChats) a variety of ways to combat this, see the summary below.


5 Signs of an entitled teenager

Permissive parenting and entitlement

On Instagram, I shared the following quote slide, and it got the most saves and shares than I’ve had in a long time!

Stop doing this if you have an entitled teenager

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Stop doing this if you have an entitled teenager

Being aware of the parenting blind spots as it pertains to entitlement in teens can be so beneficial, so here are a list of things you can STOP doing, or adjust to do less, if you are, as it perpetuates teenage entitlement.

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3 Ways to foster Gratitude in your teen:

 

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Build loving connection with your teens

10 unique ways for parents and teens to build a closer relationship

Your Intentional Connection Playbook
For parents who value connection over control
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