Quick Parenting Book Review | How To Talk So Kids Will Listen

If you’re in search of a new parenting book to read- search no further!

Here’s a quick review of How To Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish.

ps. It’s great!
pps. Please ignore the changes in lighting in this video- one of my lights broke during filming. 🙂

As always, if you have any Nannying/Parenting questions, feel free to ask in the comments!

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Mykasan says:

as a aunt, i often need advice on how to talk to children because i have no leadership and i don’t want to be strict with them. I just want to have a great time and so do they.

GlitzandGlitter100 says:

This is going to be a long question but I thought you may be able to help me.
I am a young (17 year old) nanny for a 3 and 7 year old. I’ve been with the family for 4 years and have been their nanny on and off for two years. I am nannying them this school year and everything has been great up until the beginning of this week. Now each time I pick up the 3 year old from school she cries and says she doesn’t want me and she only wants her mom to pick her up. Her mom never picks her up from school and it’s always been me. We have never had this problem until now. The kids parents are going through some issues and their dad will be moving out of the house soon. I believe this change has a lot to do with it. It just breaks my heart when she talks this way to me and she is fine after a while, but it’s picking her up from school that’s a battle. Is there anything I could do to break this pattern now or help the situation? Thank you so much! I love your videos.

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