How to make your preteen listen to you


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11 Responses

  1. Ramya says:

    Thought provoking article Geethica. Heard it is difficult for parents handling teens. I think, listening to them, trusting them and not reacting immediately works.

  2. Rachna says:

    I have a tween and I know that all these tips work with him. Making his favorite food makes him receptive. Also giving him attention. But yes they can drive you up the wall. There is so much trial and error that happens here.

  3. Shailaja V says:

    As a mom to a tween, I love these tips. It’s such a delicate balance, really. Knowing what to say and when to say it. It’s important to stay in the moment and let them feel heard and appreciated.

  4. Just loved the lines stomach is the best way to the heart!!! 🙂 Works wonders on pre teens for sure.

  5. Soumya Prasad says:

    Will be forwarding this post to my friends with pre-teens! Great points you have mentioned here,

  6. Natasha says:

    These are useful tips and I shall use them with my tween too. 🙂

    Thank you for sharing Geethica.

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