Discover how you can get your child to listen so that you can have them cooperate without resorting to yelling
Win your child’s cooperation in ways that also build a strengthen your relationship.
Does this sound familiar?
- Your children only seem to listen when you resort to shouting or threatening some kind of punishment
- Negotiations turn into pleading
- Although it doesn't always feel good to demand your child obey, you just don't know another way to get them to cooperate
- You can feel your relationship with your child is beginning to strain, or might if things keep going the way they are
What if you could actually get your child to listen without resorting to yelling
- Learn how to get your child's attention
- Discover the biggest secrets to winning copperation
- Build a stronger relationship with your child
- Teach valuable life skills
- Model respectful communication
If you are a busy parent you already know that having your children cooperate is essential to running a smooth home. Unfortunately most weary moms and dads find they resort to shouting and punishing their kids hoping it will motivate them to do as they are told. But without building your relationship and listening first, you’ll end up having to do it over and over agan never solving the real problem. Especially if you are having difficulty connecting with them.
This is why I’m sharing these 5 steps to help you win over cooperation with your children, without yelling or threats of punishment.