Do you have tweens or teens who think they’re all grown up?
They begin to have an attitude. They start to talk back and defy you.
You may say no. But they have other ideas. And it feels like you’re in a stalemate.
They’re your kids. You love them 100% unconditionally.
But right now.
Life feels more like a battle zone than a family.
This isn’t how you’d like life to be.
What you want is for your relationship to be whole. To be able to have conversations that count. To have a deep and robust relationship that means you know they know that when they need you, you’ll be there for them.
Parents are vital to their kids' mental wellbeing, resilience, and future success. Teens need, value, and want a deep, robust relationship with their parents.
But they are teenagers, right? They’re not going to tell you that. It’s your job to communicate with them.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have some support around how to do that so you can talk with them?
Spend one hour with Melanie from Beautiful Conversations and grow your awareness of parent/rangatahi communication.
Find out what's wrong with your current communication and how you can make simple, easy changes to turn things around.
We cover the 18 Roadblocks to Communication that we use regularly ... without even realising it. We look at their connection to the Karpman Drama triangle and the essentially destructive nature of these current communication patterns.
We cover the Empowerment triangle and the secrets to robust, open communication with our rangatahi.
Communication that will let us guide them through the challenges they face and the uncomfortable conversations we avoid simply because we don't know where to start.