Two Christian parenting educators describe five ways we can connect with our children: physical touch, quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, and acts of service.
Does your child speak a different language? Sometimes they wager for your attention, and other times they ignore you completely; sometimes they are filled with gratitude and affection, and other times they seem totally indifferent. Attitude, behavior, development—everything depends on the love relationship between you and your child. When children feel loved, they do their best. But how can you make sure your child feels loved?
Since 1992, Dr. Gary Chapman’s bestselling book The Five Love Languages has helped millions of couples develop stronger, more fulfilling relationships by teaching them to speak each other’s love language. Children, too, express and receive love through one of five different communication styles; however, your love language may be totally different from that of your child. While you are doing all you can to show your child love, he may be hearing something completely different.
Discover your child’s primary language and learn what you can do to effectively convey unconditional feelings of respect, affection, and commitment that will resonate in your child’s emotions and behavior. This is a program that helps listeners make their children central in their lives and that provides them with specific tools to stay connected.
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