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21st September 2016 12:48 AM #1
Do you want your kids to co-operate?
Do you spend time just wishing your kids would listen? Do you resort to yelling and making threats to get them to comply?
This interesting and gentle article from Aha Parenting explains that it is connection and the level of our relationship with ours kids which actually determines how much they want to listen and follow our requests. It's about going back to basics and focusing on our relationship with our child and the funny thing is that good behaviour will then follow.
I hope you find this useful. What are your thoughts on this topic?