Hi, welcome to Bookey. Today we’ll unlock the book “How to Talk to Kids So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk.”
Parenting has always been the most important subject for parents. Are you struggling because your child always goes against you? Are you worried about not being able to communicate respectfully with your child? Don’t worry, all these problems can be solved with this book-- “How to Talk to Kids So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk.” A good parent-child relationship is not built by beating, scolding, or yelling, but by the language of love that bonds parents with their kids. This book instructs parents how to use simple and practical methods, that allow them to achieve a harmonious and loving parent-child relationship. In such a relationship, children are willing to accept their parents' advice, and parents can find keys to their kids' hearts.
The book was co-authored by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish from the U.S. They are internationally acclaimed experts on adult-child communication. They also co-founded The New School for Social Research in New York and The Family Life Institute of Long Island University. Among them, Adele Faber earned her master's degree in education from New York University. She also taught in the New York City High schools for eight years. This book is a product of their long-term research with parents through the school and institute they founded. Since its first edition was published in the 1980s, three million copies have been sold worldwide. It has been a bedside book for tens of thousands of parents.
Through varied methods such as cartoons, stories, and exercises, this book inspires parents to learn how to deal with the most challenging job on earth—raising their kids. Since its first publication, Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlich have earned parent fans from all over the world. Numerous parents have used methods from this book to improve their parent-child relationship. They’ve learned how to communicate with their kids, and they’ve changed their family atmosphere, from tense and chaotic to loving and orderly. Numerous parents thank these two authors, because it’s their dedication and sharing that allow others to learn how to be good parents.
In this Bookey, we will introduce the key insights of this book in three parts—how to accept kids’ feelings, how to praise effectively, and how to cooperate with kids to find a win-win solution when disagreements happen. You’ll learn how to listen and talk to kids, so that your communication will become smoother.