It’s easy to judge today’s younger generations—children, teens, and young adults who think they deserve to have their individuality celebrated and their happiness prioritized. So what happens when your kid—whom you don’t recall lavishing with excessive rewards or money—acts entitled, as though everything should be about his wants or her needs? Whether your child is six, sixteen, or thirty-six years old, it may be time for an entitlement intervention. Michael Wetter, PsyD, author of the new book Earn it, joined us to share how you can help your child evolve into a confident and motivated adult who understands that many of the best things in life are those one works to get.
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