There is a huge difference. My daughter is expert on talking back but not responding. I think it is better to express with an example: Parent: “why you didn't do.
Many TV shows and movies depict children talking back to adults and often displaying sarcasm and a sassy attitude. While that may be good.
Children model their parents and if you are exhibiting undesirable behaviors, then your child is sure to repeat them. Often when a child talks back, he's really expressing is anger, frustration, fear, or hurt. Talking back guarantees you will pay attention, and negative attention.
"Kids talking back" is a top parenting frustration. But is it turns out, kids NEED to push back to become happy, successful adults. Here's why.