Do your kids drive you crazy?
A new study has reported that more than 70 percent of parents say they “struggle” to communicate with their kids meaningfully.
Communicating with your kids should be easy, but miscommunication is easier. The longer you delay talking to your kids properly, the worst it will get as time goes by. Deep inside, you know there is no time to waste, and your situations need to be changed immediately.
You will find parenting can be more enjoyable once you learn the concept of this book. Whether you are parenting a toddler or a teenager, healthy communication is the key to build kids’ self-esteem and mutual respect.
How to Talk so Kids Will Listen & Love Languages of Kids covers the updated practical, tried-and-true, and science-based parenting communication approaches with specific examples.
You will learn:
Preparing your kids for better communication:
Helping kids manage emotions, engaging cooperation, and encouraging autonomy
Getting your kids to listen
How to get your kids to listen the first time you speak
What to do if your kids don’t listen
How to talk to kids
What are the ways to talk to kids that will work
How to talk about difficult topics, sexual harassment, divorce, social media habits, and bullying
Proven strategies to finally stop yelling at your kids
How to get your kids talk to you (age-by-age guide)
How to resolve conflicts effectively (both parent-child conflicts and friendship conflicts)
Love languages of kids
What are the love languages of kids
How to connect your kids using love languages
Let’s nail parent-child communication together. You love your kids as I do mine, so I know you will try.
Get the audiobook today!