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Curing parent deafness


Ever asked your child for help and been underwhelmed by the response? Or your reminder about bedtime gets no action.   If so, did you repeat your request like what most of us would do?   Still ignored? Then my bet is you tweaked up the volume unto you got some action.    If this routine sounds familiar then your children have a bad dose of parent deafness, an affliction that’s becoming increasingly common for many Australian kids.    If you want to check just try whispering ‘Anyone for ice cream?’ and they’ll come running in an instant. Yet a few minutes later ask for help and you’ll probably get not reaction. If this is the case, they have a bad dose of parent deafness and you are the one doing the suffering.   The good news is, there is a cure for parent deaf kids. But first it’s importa...(sign-up as a member to continue reading this article)


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