Parenting Advice For The Difficult Child/Parenting Tips to Get Your Child to Listen

Parenting advice for parents who are looking for parenting tips on how to get a child to listen to them. The more unaware we are as parents, the more reactive we will be to our children. Sometimes as parents we can miss the mark when we are raising our children. Raising our level of emotional intelligence can help us reduce the anxiety and tension in our children.

Clients and Youtubers often ask me, “How can I get my child to listen to me?” As a mother of three biological children and three step-children, I can tell you I have made plenty of mistakes. Nothing has helped my parenting skills more than understanding A) a little bit about the emotional stages of a child’s development B) the pain vs. pleasure principle.

Children have underdeveloped brains. Understanding where they are on the emotional ladder helps us as parents tremendously. Expecting a child to listen like your spouse might, is irrational. It is a source of great frustration between parent’s and children, but I have found that by really studying the pain vs. pleasure principle, and how its function can help us parent our children in a healthier way has really helped reduce the tension in our home.

Many of us struggle with difficult, disobedient children. Raising teenagers is probably the most difficult job in the world. Parenting is a job that no one prepares us for. All the parenting advice in the world may never be enough to help you correct your child’s behavior, but with a few key understandings, parenting can become less confusing.

I offer parenting advice and parenting tips through my own experiences and through my professional work with clients who are trying to recover from their own childhood experiences. The more self aware we are as parents, the less reactive we will be with our children which will allow our children to feel less criticized and judged by us as parents. It then becomes easier for us to communicate with our children.

Understanding how our children’s brain interprets pain vs pleasure can help us create better relationships with our children.

Praise what they do right–avoid pointing out what they do wrong.

I hope this video helps those of you who are struggling with raising children helps you find more harmony in your life.

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