The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn’t said. Peter Drucker
Parents often talk too much. A silent signal can speak louder than words.
1. Create signals with your teens for common situations– phone, time to leave,
2. Use signals to remind kids of manners.
3. Put your hand on your heart to say, “I love you.” This is especially useful during a conflict.
4. Get creative. Use your own secret language and enjoy it for years to come.