Lesson 1: Listen to Me

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Building Long Lasting Relationships With Your Children

Lesson 1: Listen to Me


Published: December 3, 2013
Originally recorded: April 21, 2010

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Lesson Highlights

  • The process is the purpose
  • Not being our child's friend
  • Three ways of relating with our children

1. Connection
2. Disconnection
3.Reconnecting, repair and replay

  • Understanding the role of a parent (giver) and child (reciever) as an imbalanced relationship
  • Listening
  • The connection between how children feel and behave
  • Having compassion for children's feelings: accepting their feelings
  • Not giving solutions to children
  • Denying how we deal with our child's feeling and undermining or providing solutions
  • Encouranging more cooperation
  • Not blaming, acusing, warning, name calling, threatening, commanding, lecturing, moralizing, comparing, being sarcastic or a prophet with children
  • We cannot make children behave better by making them feel worse
  • Punishment and revenge
  • Apologizing for our mistakes


Lesson Description

Join Michal Berg for this two part class as she shares tools to help us related better with our children, so we can break the power struggle of 'do this, don't do that,' and create a more genuine, authentic bond with our children. When our children feel heard and loved, they will have the courage and security to explore their own best possibilities.


About This Course

Join Michal Berg for this two part course as she shares tools to help us relate better with our children, so we can break the power struggle of 'do this, don't do that,' and create a more genuine, authentic bond with our children. When our children feel heard and loved, they will have the courage and security to explore their own best possibilities. 


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