Communication is a two-way interaction, it does not imply dictating to your kids. Communicating ineffectively may have deep psychological impact on your child, which manifests later in the form of aggression and disobedience. Communication throws some serious challenges towards parents. Some parents follow authoritarian parenting strategy that inhibits the child’s voice whereas others are too lenient because of which kids don’t learn. A balance of both is required is required for effective, responsible parenting. This is not really tough. You simply need to become more aware of the way you speak to your toddler. Below are a few common communication errors and how you can avoid them:
Children need to be heard and trust you with their feelings and thoughts. It is the very base for “connecting” with your child. The way you communicate with others in the presence of your toddler is also detrimental. After all children imitate their parents.
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