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Never give up on parent engagement — find a way to get them involved!

Ask your kids "why" they did something, you're going to hear "I don't know." Get some answers by asking these 7 questions instead.

7 Questions to Ask Your Kids Instead of "Why?"

" Here are 7 questions to ask your kids that will help them think through their behavior and make better choices.

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Children need reassurances when their parent is grumpy: "Telling your child “I know I’m really grumpy this morning, I’m just stressed because I’m tired and there’s a lot to do today. I know I sound annoyed at you, but it’s just the stress coming through my voice.”... often speaking out loud that I’m stressed helps me to shift my mood and usually moves me towards connecting warmly with my kid even though I’m stressed and rushed and have tons on my mind."

Article by Genevieve Simperingham: Active listening improves communication in the parent child relationship "Why won’t my child listen to me? Why won’t she open up when it’s obvious that something’s bothering her? Why does he answer back?

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A frustrated, exhausted mom wants to treat her 3 year old more gently and less punitively. Ironically, the way to do that may be to become a stronger leader.  The freedom we all feel deep within ourselves comes once we understand where we stand in t

A frustrated, exhausted mom wants to treat her 3 year old more gently and less punitively. Ironically, the way to do that may be to become a stronger leader. The freedom we all feel deep within ourselves comes once we understand where we stand in t

Susan Goldberg doesn’t want to be the parent who yells. But what are you supposed to do when shouting at your kids is the only thing that works?

What do you do when yelling at kids...works

Susan Goldberg doesn't want to be the parent who yells. But what are you supposed to do when yelling at kids is the only thing that works?

Dear strong-willed child, you’re worth it

Dear strong-willed child, you’re worth it

Worried about what you'll do without the threat of consequences?

10 Alternatives to "Consequences" When Your Child Isn't Cooperating *"Throw the word "consequence" entirely out of your vocabulary and replace it with the term "problem-solving.

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