“Good job!” “Say sorry.” “Share.” “Do you want a time out?” Do these sound familiar to you? If so, you have probably picked up the “Parentspeak” without yourself even noticing it.
We might have started the “Parentspeak” with a good intention but little do we realise what it does to our kids.
According to Jennifer Lehr from WSJ, “Parentspeak” demands of compliance from kids rather than helping parents with their understanding on their kids’ feelings.
Check out this video now to find how you can speak to understand your kids’ feelings instead of giving them parents’ instructions to comply to!