fbpx I Feel It Is My Responsibility To Correct My Son, Not My Mother's
Authored by Dr. Michelle Murray on July 20, 2021
Dear Dr. Michelle:

My mother tends to correct my son. It is not that I disagree with her, in fact, I usually don’t, but I am standing right there. I feel like it is my role to do the correcting, not hers. How do I tell her to back off or do I just roll with it since I agree?



Dear Aliyah: 

Jaelyn Arndt sits down with Dr. Michelle K. Murray to answer your question via video this week!

As you have these conversations on who should do the correcting, Dr. Michelle K. Murray reminds us to stay true to ourselves and walks us through how to have these tough conversations with loved ones. 

Check out the full conversation in the video below.

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