Why children behave with one parent and not the other - something to consider.....
Children often behave differently with each parent or caregiver, this is often high-lighted when relationships split up and the children are living/visiting 2 different households. Each person providing caregiving will have different levels of tolerance for different kinds of behaviours. In my experience when there is good communication between caregiving providers then this can be discussed and overcome but when communication breaks down this often brings confusion and sometimes judgement of the other.
Below is a link that explains some of the reasons children are different with each caregiver.
https://www.theedadvocate.org/kids-behave-one-parent-not/ #parenting #familyandrelationships #children