How to Talk So Kids Will Listen

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As I struggled to get my daughter to listen to my nagging, droning on, and otherwise annoying her with constant reminders, this was the most helpful book I read. The authors’ approach centers on respect for your children and believing they will do the right thing, given the opportunity.  It gives you specific advice about how to get your point across.  The approach may be intuitive to others, but it was not to me, so I even attended workshops that were held in my area.  For parents with multiple kids, there is a book called Siblings Without Rivalry that incorporates the same concepts in sibling situations.

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How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish

Linda V
Linda is the mom of four children and three grown stepchildren. Previously, Linda worked as a broadcast journalist, as an anchor and correspondent at NBC News and Fox News Channel. She was a working mom with Baby #1, but when she got pregnant with #2, she decided to stay home...
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