How To Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talkby Adele Faber
Parenting isn’t an easy task—it’s one of the most difficult jobs out there. You want to find a way to live with your children so that you can feel good about yourself and they can feel good about themselves. You want to live without blame and recrimination. You want to express your irritation or anger without doing damage. You want to find a way to be respectful of your children’s needs while still being respectful of your needs. You want to help your children grow into responsible, caring, self-sufficient adults.
How To Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk covers it all, from teaching your children how to deal with their feelings to helping you learn effective methods of communication. We’ve compiled all the information from this book into actions that you can try out at home with your kids. So, pick an action or two, and implement it today!
Actions to take
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