Saturday, 10 February 2018

Positively Communicate: Ways to a Strong Relationship with Your Child


What you say or don't say and how you say things to your child will affect your relationship with him.  

Do you find yourself shaming, blaming, criticising, rebuking and all the other ways that can put him down and squash his spirit? Does your speech tend towards the negative such as, "Don't do that!", "That's not good enough!" and "Stop whinging!"?

A strong relationship is based on positive communications. 

It's where you use encouragement, appreciation, positive reinforcements, statements and feedback to lift your child's confidence and self-esteem. When you are a source of support and comfort for your child then your relationship with your child flourishes. 

Your child will trust you and be open to communicating with you. He won't be afraid to tell you his secrets and fears or his dreams and hopes. 

This is the power of your words and how you say it

If you're ready to build a stronger relationship with your child by changing your communications to a more positive one then this is the book for you.

There are four sections: non-verbal communications, verbal communications, text communications and communication skills. Each section shows you the different ways you can communicate positively with exercises and affirmations for you to do and use.

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Here are some things, from the book, that you can do right now to improve your communications with your child. For more details, get the book.

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