Entitlement Versus Self-Responsibility In Young Women

Entitlement Versus Self-Responsibility In Young Women

One of the most frustrating times for you the parents of a young daughter is watching her behave like a spoiled brat. She has an over-inflated sense of entitlement and believes she is owed, deserving, and has a right to privileges she hasn’t earned.

You try every approach you can think of to change her behavior. You begin to feel desperate because you know her behavior is unacceptable and will create emotional pain as she moves into adulthood.

The good news is that your child is not alone in her actions. In part, her sense of entitlement is common. It is a reasonable and understandable phase of becoming an adult as she tries to influence her world. The bad news is you are correct. Her behavior can cause emotional damage and lead to painful problems.  

Your young woman’s behavior might lead to depression, substance abuse, poor academic performance, anger issues, and any number of other problems. A solution is available.

Turning Winds Academic Institute (TWAI)

In the natural outdoor beauty of Montana, is a wellness facility created by John and Charmaine Baisden to help kids and their families with the problems your daughter is experiencing.

Mr. and Mrs. Baisden lived through the scenario of trying everything they could think of to help their daughter. Unfortunately, their efforts ended tragically when their daughter died. Through their grief was born an organization whose mission is saving troubled young girls.

Special Program Focused on Academics

TWAI believes in a combined approach. Students are involved in educational and therapeutic activities that are unique to this facility. TWAI is a boarding school, and their year-long program focuses on the 5 Pillars of Change.

  • Character Education and Life Skills
  • Health, Wellness, and Fitness
  • Outdoor Education
  • Therapeutic Success
  • Academic Achievement


The Five Pillars program will give your daughter a path to understanding and the ability to define who she is, how she can appreciate and relate to the world around her, and help her develop a healthy sense of self-esteem based on the value of working for accomplishment through life.

TWAI believes that your daughter has the best chance of understanding how self-responsibility and not entitlement creates a happy, healthy road through life by taking advantage of their unique approach. Their programs will develop her into a strong, intelligent, self-reliant woman. Call us today and lets get started together, 800-845-1380



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