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Believe it or not, there are parents whose kids and teens talk to them, and even ask their advice! Find out how you could be one of those parents.Article
Helping Siblings Communicate Instead of Fight
Research shows that when we let siblings "work it out" without guidance, the more powerful child wins, which reinforces bullying behavior. There's a better way.Article
How to Help Each Child with Big Emotions
The hardest part of having more than one child is those times when they both need you at once. After all, your love may be unlimited, but you only have...Article
The Cure for Whining
Whining is a symptom of a deeper issue. So if you want to eliminate whining, you have to address what's underneath.Article
12 Tips to Be a Brilliant Listener with Your Child
What your kids need from you is your full attention and empathy. That's what deep listening is.Article
How to Get Your Child to LISTEN!
Here's how to get your child to take in what you say, and act on it.Article
255 Conversation Starters for Family Discussions
Parents often tell me they don’t know where to begin to have a “real” conversation with their child. These questions will get you started.Article
Can Your Child Trust You?
Kids don't just come up to a parent and say things like "I'm considering cheating on the test" or "I'm bulimic." Parents have to earn that kind of trust.Article
How to Turn Tough Conversations Into Learning Opportunities
Starting out on the offensive will only slam the doors of communication. If you can control your emotions and keep the situation safe, your child may be able to start...Article
Secrets of Closer Communication
Want your kids to tell you what's going on in their lives? Start by making these six commitments.