You say, “My child doesn’t talk to me,” or, “I ask him about him and his activities, but he just gives me one-word answers.”
If you want your kid to talk, if you want to help your kids (no matter what age) build skills that will help them find success in relationships, in school, and professionally, lifeskills they will always use, this is the guide for you.
It will help you develop a new relationship with your child and help them build resilience. It starts with changing how you communicate and this 11-page guide for busy moms and dads is a primer.
It’s simple but not easy. It will help your child, teen and even young adult become better problem solvers and learn to understand consequences with small price tags. I started using this when my older son, Richard was 17. So it’s never too late. You will be amazed at how much more relaxing it is to take this approach.