The Ask | Episode 5: Why We Ask

Why We Ask

Why we ask our children to do something helps us be clear about our conversations. Our children often feel like they’re always being told to do something. And if they struggle to see the ‘why’ of what we want them to do, it can lead to upset, anger and frustration.


If you struggle to get your children listening and doing as you’ve asked without drama, tantrums or downright refusal, expert trainer Jonathan is here to help. This series of short videos unpicks the what, how, when and why of our requests to help us have more successful conversations.

 


 

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