Calling all Parents: Are you happy with how your kids are behaving?
Do you have to fight to get them to listen?
Do you often defer to these tactics?
- Demanding Immediate Compliance
- Lecturing and Advice-Giving
- Taking Anger Out on Kids
- Shaming and Belittling
- Setting Traps
- Imposing Excessive Guilt
- Physical Punishment
Do you want to learn how to stop yelling and have a more calm and low stress household?
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Review by Joe Freeman, LCSW, MDiv. Allison Gopnik, PhD, is a rigorous scientist of child learning and development. She is a philosopher who has a knack for explaining complicated concepts in simple ways. Dr. Gopnik is also a grandmother who writes with a strong appreciation for the role of grandparents, particularly grandmothers. She says, “…human […]
By Joe L. Freeman, LCSW. Parents often ask how to make kids listen and follow directions, how to stop yelling and nagging, and how to teach children respect. The truth is, the way parents speak impacts children’s ability to listen. Here are seven tips to help you get kids to listen without yelling.
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