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Staying respectful in communication

Importance of listening in communication

The most important people in our lives are often the ones we find the most difficult to communicate with. This is especially true for parents and children. It's hard enough to find common ground, let alone stay on it.

But with little effort and patience, effective communication between parents and children is possible. In this article, we'll explore some of the best strategies for staying on the same page with your kids.

Balancing Talking and Listening

Parents must find a balance between talking and listening when communicating with their children. It's easy to get caught up in our thoughts and start talking to our kids, but that's ineffective communication. We need to listen to them, too and make sure that we understand what they're saying.

One is to ensure we're not always jumping in with our thoughts and opinions. Instead, let the kids finish their sentences before we respond with suggestions. This will show them that we're listening and give us a better chance to understand what they're saying.

Staying Polite and Respectful

It's important to remember that when you're communicating with your child, you're setting the tone for the rest of their lives. That's why staying polite and respectful is important, even when you're mad or frustrated.

Remember, your child is watching everything you say and do. They're learning from you how to communicate with others, so make sure your example is a good one. Be respectful in your tone, use positive language and avoid yelling or name-calling. It might be tough, but it's worth all it takes in the long run.


To effectively communicate with our children, we need to be present, listen to them without judgment, and respect their feelings. Only then can we help them learn and grow into well-adjusted adults.


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