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Communicate With Children

Communicating With Children | Parentline Act

Just like parents, children sometimes experience difficulties in their lives. Somehow, your child’s needs are not being met, and he or she may experience many different feelings. They may feel: frustrated, angry, hurt, threatened, defeated, sad, f...

Talking And Listening To Your Child | Raising Children Network

A guide to good communication - encouraging children to talk to you and listen; listening to children when they talk to you; improving the bond between you and your child; helping children form relationships and build self-esteem.

How To Communicate With Your Child To Resolve Parent Child Conflict

Having the Tough Conversations with Your Child Almost from the time our kids can talk, there are conflicts we need to work through with them, from an impending move ("I'm not going!") to your six year old lying, your middle schooler suddenly flunk...

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How To Communicate With Angry Or Aggressive Kids

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Secret To Communicating With Teenagers | Empowering Parents

Does this sound familiar? Your teenage son is taking forever in the bathroom (again), but you need him to get ready so you can get to work on time. You’re thinking, “How could I have raised such an inconsiderate kid? He’s so disrespectful!” Meanwh...

The Skill Of I Messages

As important as it is to listen attentively to your children’s feelings, there are times when it is helpful to share with your children how you are feeling. It can be difficult to do this in a way that does not shame or blame them when you are fru...

Rage Against The Minivan: Setting The Stage For Our Kids To Confide In Us

This post was sponsored by the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility in collaboration with the , an initiative to empower parents to talk with their kids about alcohol. My oldest is nine years old. Which seems ridiculously old at this po...

Children 'More Likely To Confide In Pets Than Siblings' - Bbc News

Children who are facing adversity, such as illness or parents splitting up, are more likely to confide in their pet than brothers or sisters, according to research. Matt Cassels at Cambridge University says far too little attention has been paid t...

6 Ways To Become Someone Your Child Will Want To Confide In

When children are younger, mom and dad are the center of their world. As they grow, their social circle expands to include extended family, friends, and even teachers and coaches. And as they from strong bonds to a network of people, they naturall...

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Communicate With Children

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