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Talking to your kids and getting them to open up to you as parents can be tough. They may feel afraid to talk, or feel awkward about the topic at hand, or may not know how to broach the subject with you. This book was designed to help you as parents (or guardians or caretakers) learn to communicate with your children in a way that makes them open up to you. Included are new and fresh insights and suggestions with methods of solving common problems as well as building the foundations for lasting relationships with your children.

©2015 J.D. Rockefeller (P)2015 J.D. Rockefeller

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Terrible advice!

I could not believe how backward thinking and unhelpful this was
Writing lines? Punishment?
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Not the book I wanted

I was after the audio for a book with same name, but different author. This book is way too short.

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Deceptive

I was expecting the famous book of this similar title so am disappointed. The content was fine but too short.

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Too short, same name as the book I was looking for

Too short, same name as the book I was looking for, wasn't wishing to purchase a 20 min book.

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This is old news and out of date

I thought this would be fact and research based but it isn't. Very disappointed with this book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-01-19

How to get kids to listen ......

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I definately Will try to use your theories. Shirt and to the point
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  • Jen K
  • 29-11-17

Too basic

Not a lot of substance. Great for first-time parent dealing with toddlers. Not realistic or timely for teenagers. There was nothing about how to get children to open up.

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  • Rocky
  • 18-03-16

good book

this book was good but I'd have liked more information , but I would recommend it

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  • Denny
  • 26-02-16

This is a Book that helped Us Communicate Better

We have a 12 year old daughter who at times have difficulty speaking with us as parents. This book has provided us a good insight on how to listen more effectively so that we can communicate better with our child. I would definitely recommend this book for anyone who has difficulties with their children.