My seven year old daughter thinks that she can insult and call people names without a care. She also acts rude to our guests. I have explained numerous times that it isn’t nice but she doesn’t listen.
The wisdom of seven years hasn’t taught your daughter the art of sensitivity. She probably doesn’t understand how people feel when she calls them names or treats them unkindly. She can connect to herself, but not to others. Try to find several good children’s books in which the theme is getting beneath another person’s skin. It could be in the genre of “The Ugly Duckling,” where the one who was despised and in pain ultimately turns into the swan.
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