Curiosity Questioning and Your Children (part 4)

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Finding your voice within the family and being able to communicate effectively with parents is quite challenging. It is just as challenging, if not more so, for parents to communicate with teenage children. However, you can lessen the anxiety and frustration by incorporating curiosity questioning into your dialogue with your teenagers.

But, what does that look like? What are some examples of how to do that? This week’s video will feature a few examples you can use to use curiosity questioning to guide the thinking and reasoning of your teenager. And, as you probably noticed, this video specifically focuses on teens.

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