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PostSubject: Compassionate Parenting Tip   Tue Apr 24, 2012 4:54 pm

Making requests in clear, positive, concrete action language reveals what we really want."

- Marshall B. Rosenberg, Ph.D.



Compassionate Parenting Tip -- Week 30

When you express your needs and make requests for something that is doable now, it increases the likelihood that your child will want to help you meet your need.

Can you expand with a suggested action here? If you are not getting the help you want, see if you are asking for something specific and doable.



Instead of saying only your need, "I want more help around the house," ask for something concrete and specific: "Would you spend twenty minutes with me right now cleaning up the kitchen and see how clean we can get it by working together?"

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