Gospel Solutions for Families

    Teaching Kids How to Disagree Without Being Disagreeable


    “It is appropriate to disagree, but it is not appropriate to be disagreeable,” teaches Quentin L. Cook. “Violence and vandalism are not the answer to our disagreements. If we show love and respect even in adverse circumstances, we become more like Christ.”

    How can we teach our children about the importance of living like Christ as Elder Cook describes? First counselor in the Young Men General Presidency, Douglas D. Holmes, and family blogger Britney Mills share their personal stories and advice on that topic in this episode of Gospel Solutions for Families.

    What do you do to express your beliefs and opinions without becoming disagreeable? Leave a comment below.

    Gospel Solutions for Families is a show focused on offering practical, relevant tips for raising children in faith. You can subscribe to the podcast on MormonChannel.org, the Mormon Channel app, or iTunes.