Talking to Brick Walls by Mike Donahue
The common thought is that when a child turns thirteen, they stop wanting to talk to their parents about their personal lives. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Most teenagers feel like they must stop talking to their parents because the information has changed drastically. Eight-year-olds have no problem conversing with their parents because the conversation for the most part will be harmless and innocent. Now add a teenager’s social world with all its pressure and chaos and the conversations have a lot more layers to them.
Talking to Brick Walls will show you that instead of trying to change the way your teenager talks to you; you should change the way you hear what your teenager is trying to say to you.
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