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Don't yell, move closer


As a busy parent it’s easy to give your voice a work out when you don’t get the cooperation you want from your children. You know how it goes. You want your son or daughter to give you some help and they don’t respond. Perhaps, you want a child to stop annoying his or her sibling. Or you simply want your kids to QUIETEN DOWN inside. When your request for cooperation is ignored. So you do what over 90% of parents do. That is, you repeat yourself. Then if that’s still ignored you RAISE the volume. ‘I’ll yell at them. That should work!’ Hmm, I’m not so sure. Usually yelling only succeeds in producing parent-deaf kids. If yelling, shouting or raising your voice is a habit you’ve developed to get cooperation then here’s a great strategy to use instead. Next time your kids ignore a reasonable request move ...(sign-up as a member to continue reading this article)


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