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l-Messages When a parent is angry, frustrated, or irritated with a child’s behavior, the parent can communicate his or her feelings constructively with an I-message rather than nagging, yelling, or criticizing. Using I-messages also provides a model for children in how to express feelings so problems are worked out. The I-message contains three parts: a clear statement of how the parent feels, a statement of the behavior that has caused the parent to feel that way, and a statement describing why the behavior is upsetting to the parent. For example, a parent frustrated with a teenager’s being late for family dinner might say, I feel upset and frustrated when your lateness delays dinner for all of us, because we want to eat together and have fun hearing what everyone did today, and you are not here. To use I-messages well, parents have to spend time analyzing their feelings and becoming more aware of exactly how they feel and why.

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