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November 25, 2021 31 min

Welcome to FASD Family Life the podcast for families by families where we get real about raising children and youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. I’m your host, Robbie Seale, FASD Educator, advocate and mom of four children with FASD.  I know the struggle is real, but so is success. I hope that sharing my experiences can help you feel that you are not alone and that there is hope for you and your child with FASD.  

Here we are, my friends, episode 41st of the FASD Family Life podcast. I am grateful to be spending this time with you again today wherever you are. Whether this is your first episode or your 41st, I invite you to grab a nice hot cup of coffee with me as we chat parent to parent.

Today we are doing to get REAL as I dive into the mail bag to answer one of the most common challenges faced by parents and careivers raising children and youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, some call it sass, attitude or back talk.  We all hate the way our children speak to us and their siblings. Nothing we try seems to work! Leaving us worn down, discouraged and frustrated, but there is hope.

Settle in with your nice hot cup of coffee as I explain the brain based reasons for this common and frustrating behavioural symptom and give you some practical tips on how you can reduce frustration and improve family cohesion.

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