Challenging Parent-Child Relationship?
Try These 6 Strategies To Improve This Important Relationship In Just One summer
Summertime provides the BEST time to work on your relationship with your child or teen. Here are 6 great strategies that will start you on the path to a GREAT parent-child relationship.
In this episode, I give you specific tips and strategies on how to build or repair your relationship with your child or teen over the summer (or what’s left of the summer).
In this previous episode, I go over basic parent-child communication strategies that I recommend to all parents working on their relationship, but this episode focuses solely on using the summer to connect with your child.
Once you finish listening to this episode, you’ll feel a renewed sense of confidence and hope because now you’ll have a game plan on how to work on a strained relationship with your child.
I’ve seen so many of the families that I work with turn around challenging parent-child relationships when they put the effort into it – and I share some real-world examples from my patients in this episode too!
Start listening now, and then put these strategies into use so that you can start creating a closer and warmer relationship with your child or teen.
Links that are discussed in this episode:
- The Summer Schedule Planner Guide
- How To Have Difficult Conversations With Your Tween or Teen So That Your Get Your POint Across & Create a Close Parent-Child Bond
- 10 Tips To Communicate Respectfully, Even When You Disagree
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Download the FREE resource that goes along with this podcast episode:
How To Have Difficult Conversations With Your Tween or Teen
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