Become Your Child's Best Friend: Enhance The Relationship With Your Child
by Jeff Barkin
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You can make it up with your kid and win his love. Become your kid’s best friend.
Make your presence felt in your kid’s world.
How do you become your kid’s best friend?
Children are a different world altogether. You need a different approach to make your presence felt in your kid’s world.
Things that work with adults do not work with your kids.
Adults need reason and logic while children rely on love and care.
Winning your kid's love is a strategy.
What make your kids warm towards you is extremely hard to define.
Simple steps work.
If your way does not work, stop. Follow the new rules to make a new connection with your kid.
Learn the powerful steps to become your kid's friend.
Listen, Communicate and Make Your Presence are the three keys described here. They will make you adorable, affectionate and lovable to your kids.
This will help
You realize you need a different approach to make you the best friend of your kid.
You have a plan to bring your kids into your world.
You learn what works in kids’ world.
You think clearly even when you are deeply troubled with your kids.
You become a changed parent and a better parent to your kids.
You become confident that you can make it up with you kids.
Finally, get answers to your questions like:
'Why doesn't my kid understand my love?’
'How can I show my kid that I love so much?’
‘How can make my children love me?’
‘How can I make my love felt?’
‘Why do my kids not care me?’
‘What can I do to make my kids friendly to me?’
When you are dealing with your strong emotions you are confused. You need short, simple and effective steps that can be immediately used. That's where this comes to help. Click to Download
- Stephen Williams, February 2013
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