Listening can be a big challenge while parenting, and it can feel like the only way to get your kids to listen to you is by yelling. And you don’t like yelling, right? I hear you – no judgment here. Today’s episode has the power to change how you look at yelling for a long time to come.
You might believe that you’ve tried everything, and yelling is the only way to get your kids to listen. And yelling does work, but not for the reason you think. There are other ways that work equally as well that don’t leave you feeling exasperated.
Join me this week as I share the reasons our kids don’t always listen and a proven four-step process you can use to get your kids to listen the first time – without yelling. I’m sharing how I’ve implemented this tool in my own life, and why this is a total gamechanger that leads to more connection with your kids.
To celebrate the launch of the Real World Peaceful Parenting Podcast, I’m giving away a $50 gift card to use on one of my Peaceful Parent courses to 10 lucky listeners. All you need to do is subscribe, rate, and review the show! Click here to learn more about the giveaway and how to enter.
What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
- The reason your kids don’t listen the first time.
- Why your children are not multi-taskers.
- Some effective non-yelling pattern interrupters.
- Why your brain thinks that yelling is the only way to get your kids to listen.
- How to get your kids to listen the first time without yelling.
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Featured on the Show:
- I’m giving away a $50 gift card to use on one of my Peaceful Parent courses to 10 lucky listeners who subscribe, rate, and review the show!
- Ep #8: Why Don’t My Kids Listen?
- Ep #2: How to Listen to Your Kids So It Makes a Difference
- Download this PDF to reinforce, remind, and support you in learning the four steps to get your kids to listen the first time!
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