How to Talk so Kids Will Listen…And Listen So Kids Will Talk

Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish, internationaly acclaimed experts on communication between parents and children, give advice on how to talk productively with children in the interest of harmony and cooperation.




JLG on March 28, 2018 at 8:00 AM.

This book works – it’s not a rehash of a million lame magazine article tips This book works. It’s hard to believe but if you read each chapter and do the exercises (for practice) and then try it out on your kids (or in my case, my kindergarten aged niece) — it actually works! Here’s an example: my niece was having a WWIII type of tantrum one day because her candy cane had broken in half. (It was Christmas time.) Her parents, older sister, grandma, everyone was telling her that it was no big deal, she can have another candy cane, it will still taste just the same,…

CraftyAndy on March 28, 2018 at 8:12 AM.

I see improvements with our attitudes! 1/4 into the book so far, and I already see changes in myself and my son’s attitude. Already starting to get along better. So far it’s reminded me that children (my little guy is 3) also have feelings. IE: Sometimes all it takes for my son to get over something is to know that I acknowledge that he’s mad/upset, sad, tired…I would definitely recommend. I will continue reading and hopefully update the review.*if my review is helpful, please let Amazon know by hitting the YES…