The One Tip You Need To Get Kids To Listen

5 Comments

  1. As a first-time mom, I appreciate this article’s reminder that parenting is a learning process. Feeling overwhelmed and like you’re not doing everything right is easy. But this article shows that by focusing on giving your child a sense of control and involving them in decision-making, you can build a stronger relationship with your child and create a more peaceful home environment.

  2. I have a busy schedule, and sometimes it feels like I don’t have the time to involve my kids in decision-making. But this article has shown me that it’s worth the effort. When I take the time to listen to my children and involve them in the decision-making process, I find that we have a much more harmonious household.

  3. Singlemomma says:

    This is a great reminder that parenting is not about controlling our children, but rather guiding them. I have one son, and I find that when I take the time to listen to him and show him that I value his input, he is more likely to listen to me in return.

  4. As a father of three girls, I can say that this article is so true. It’s easy to fall into the trap of being authoritarian and just telling your kids what to do. But when you take the time to explain your reasoning and give them a say in the matter, they are much more likely to listen and comply.

  5. Mommyof2boys says:

    This article is spot on! I have two active boys, and getting them to listen can be a challenge. However, I find that when I use the author’s suggestion of giving them a sense of control and involving them in decision-making, they are much more willing to cooperate.

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