• How to Talk so Kids Will Listen & Love Languages of Kids

  • Practical Survival Guide to Parenting with Love and Logic (Toddlers, Preschoolers, Grade-Schoolers & Teens)
  • By: HealthMedicine Press
  • Narrated by: Jennifer Dunning
  • Length: 3 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Health & Wellness, Children's Health
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Do your kids drive you crazy? 

A new study has reported that more than 70 percent of parents say they “struggle” to communicate with their kids meaningfully.

Communicating with your kids should be easy, but miscommunication is easier. The longer you delay talking to your kids properly, the worst it will get as time goes by.  Deep inside, you know there is no time to waste, and your situations need to be changed immediately.

You will find parenting can be more enjoyable once you learn the concept of this book. Whether you are parenting a toddler or a teenager, healthy communication is the key to build kids’ self-esteem and mutual respect.

How to Talk so Kids Will Listen & Love Languages of Kids covers the updated practical, tried-and-true, and science-based parenting communication approaches with specific examples.

You will learn:

  • Preparing your kids for better communication:
  • Helping kids manage emotions, engaging cooperation, and encouraging autonomy
  • Getting your kids to listen
  • How to get your kids to listen the first time you speak
  • What to do if your kids don’t listen
  • How to talk to kids
  • What are the ways to talk to kids that will work
  • How to talk about difficult topics, sexual harassment, divorce, social media habits, and bullying
  • Proven strategies to finally stop yelling at your kids
  • How to get your kids talk to you (age-by-age guide)
  • How to resolve conflicts effectively (both parent-child conflicts and friendship conflicts)
  • Love languages of kids
  • What are the love languages of kids
  • How to connect your kids using love languages

Let’s nail parent-child communication together. You love your kids as I do mine, so I know you will try. 

Get the audiobook today!

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Good information.

I chose this book because it was less than 3 hours to listen to. After I finished I wished I could keep listening. The information is very useful and easy to understand. In with my parents could’ve read this when I was a child.

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Love!

I've been using this book for the past few months, and I've noticed a considerable difference in my child's behavior. I'm excited to see how it affects my marriage.

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Improved my relationship with my daughter

I've bought this book twice over the years. I've bought the paperback version, now I've got its audiobook version because I found it SO HELPFUL! I find it's easier to listen when I'm doing other stuff. This book includes many examples and real-life scenarios, which I can apply directly when I'm talking with my kids. That love language part surprisingly worked well. It made me realized that I misunderstood my daughter's love language. Our relationship got improved as soon as I use her love language to show my love to her! High recommend for parents who want to be a better parent or/and feel their children do not listen to them.

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  • Pamala Land
  • 07-18-21

Best parenting book on the market

I truly feel this book should be handed to every parent when they are leaving the hospital with their child. It is a must-read if you have children. Will teach you how to speak to them, improve your communication with them, and help you avoid unnecessary conflict. No doubt in my mind that following the advice in this book will make you a better parent. If you only read one parenting book in your life, this should be it no matter what age your child.

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  • Coralee Sinquefield
  • 07-18-21

Great combinations of love languages & getting kid

I loved everything about this book, and I have been recommending it to everyone, parents or not, ever since. It's fundamental message is about a positive presence in your children's lives and believing that this will, eventually, pay off. It's about listening, truly listening, in a way that makes it impossible to stay detached. The love language chapter has helped me understand my previous errors, and glad that I can correct them at an early stage. Being happy as a parent while you do it.