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DOWNLOAD How to Talk So Kids Will Listen Listen So Kids Will Talk ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ã The renowned #1 New York Times bestselling authors share their advice and expertise with parents and teens in this accessible indispensable guide to surviving adolescenceAdele Faber and Elaine MazlisThe renowned #1 New York Times bestselling authors share their advice and expertise with parents and teens in this accessible indispensable guide to surviving adolescenceAdele Faber and Elaine Mazlish transformed parenting with their breakthrough bestselling books Siblings Without Rivalr. I wholeheartedly stand behind the belief that through our interactions with children we can learn how to behave respectfully to our surroundings; patience kindness and acceptance should be shown to allSo picking up this book at the library where I coincidentally discovered the shelf full of psychology reads I'm about to devour felt like the natural next step in learning about our methods of communication Also I have a nine year old sister at home who I want to feel like she's being listened to as an eual which is where this book came in handy How can I express my honest feelings in a way that will make it possible for the other person to hear me and even consider what I have to say I was beyond keen on making sure I'd implement the many useful pieces of advice offered in this uick read The emphasis put on simply listening and making sure they know you're on their side the importance of acknowledging the kid's emotions and not brushing them off accusing vs describing feelings giving tips on problem solving being conscious in your word choice because truth without morality is not truth Like this brilliant uote I read from Haim GinottTruth for its own sake can be a deadly weapon in family relations Truth without compassion can destroy love Some parents try too hard to prove exactly how where and why they have been right This approach will bring bitterness and disappointment When attitudes are hostile facts are unconvincing”These instances helped me understand the best• Why our natural response tends to minimize their emotions “I also think it’s natural” I said “for parents to push away painful or upsetting feelings It’s hard for us to listen to our teenagers express their confusion or resentment or disappointment or discouragement We can’t bear to see them unhappy So it’s with the best of intentions that we dismiss their feelings and impose our adult logic We want to show them the ‘right’ way to feel” The ultimate goal of a parent is to reach the stage where their kid will have the confidence to listen to themselves and make responsible choices on their own“That’s the big challenge” I said “To shift our thinking from ‘how do I fix things’ to ‘how do I enable my kids to fix things for themselves’ ”• On the negative connotations of punishment; opting to use alternatives such as #1 State your feelings #2 State your expectations #3 Show how to make amends #4 Offer a choice #5 Take action”“When you punish a kid you close the door on him He’s got no place to go It’s a done deal But when you take action the kid might not like the action but the door is still open He still has a chance He can face up to what he did and try to fix it He can turn a ‘wrong’ into a ‘right’ ”Also the four panel comics really brought the ideas to lifeInstead of Angry Reprimands When Praising KidsInstead of Evaluating In short• “Feelings matter Not just your own but those of people with whom you disagree• Civility matters Anger can be expressed without insult• Words matter What you choose to say can cause resentment or generate goodwill• Punishment has no place in a caring relationship We’re all people in process—capable of making mistakes and capable of facing our mistakes and making amends• Our differences needn’t defeat us Problems that seem insoluble can yield to respectful listening creativity and persistence• We all need to feel valued Not only for who we are now but for who we can become” Note I’m an Affiliate If you’re interested in buying How to Talk So Teens Will Listen Listen So Teens Will Talk  just click on the image below to go through my link I’ll make a small commission  Support creators you love Buy a Coffee for nat bookspoils with Ko ficombookspoils This review and can be found on my blog

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Y and How to Talk So Kids Will Listen Listen So Kids Will Talk Now they return with this essential guide that tackles the tough issues teens and parents face todayFilled with straightforward advice and written in their trademark down to earth style sure to appeal to both parents and teen. This book offers solid but general tactics for fostering positive communication with your kids It does not however go far enough in terms of giving advice for dealing with teenagers The scenarios play out too optimistically with teens relenting uickly The authors virtually skip common challenges like what to do when your teen is being irrational or continues to push back or outright defies you And there is no mention of what to do about the communication trick most teens have mastered lyingI am a big fan of the original How to Talk I was disappointed with this follow up as it's merely a rehash of the original with little else to offer

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How to Talk So Kids Will Listen Listen So Kids Will TalkS this all new volume offers both innovative easy to implement suggestions and proven techniues to build the foundation for lasting relationships From curfews and cliues to sex and drugs it gives parents the tools to help their children safely navigate the often stormy years of adolescen. I really liked this book I learned so much things in it As a teen I realize that there is so much things going on in the world now that out parents didn't encounter at our age but they are trying their best to understand us Reading this also helped me think about what I might do instead of just yelling when my mom and I get into a heated argument I truly recommend this book to those adults needing help connect to their teenager or teens that want to change their relationship with their parents