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Say what you need to say and get less eye rolling

Ever say something and immediately know you could have said it better? The words are already in the other person’s ears (and maybe on their face) and there’s no way to take them back.

If you find yourself apologizing or backpedaling after something you’ve said, chances are it’s not WHAT you said, it’s HOW you said it.

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I want to be a better communicator
Say what you need to say and get less eye rolling

Inspired by a TikTok video I created for parents – 3 Things Your Teen Wishes You Knew, that garnered over one million views in 3 weeks, this chart highlights the core challenges your teen experiences in communicating with you, and what you can do to turn the conversation around.

3 Things Your Teen Wishes You Knew
Before I joined Aly’s group, I was full of resentment. I avoided asking for what I needed because I didn’t know how without being angry or condescending. My emotions were a boiling, silent war inside me.
Aly helped me to identify my resentment set better boundaries. On the first day, I created an agreement with my family about the state of the kitchen and went from a dirty counter and sink full of dishes to spotless the next morning!

The videos support my family to have less passive aggressive behavior leading to tense time together.

Married mom of 2 boys

Aly’s parents group has been a Godsend, especially during quarantine. Her videos are full of great tips, and actionable ones! With the sudden introduction of schooling at home we were struggling. Aly had us make a ‘Family Agreement’ poster and my kids respond so well. When someone forgets the agreements, I love having a reminder to draw our attention back to them. It’s like a reset! I highly recommend her group to any parent looking for support!

Married mom of 3 girls
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There’s no ‘one size fits all’ solution when it comes to parenting teens and sometimes a few pointers are all you need to move forward with confidence.

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Check out my blog for simple tips you can apply right now to start improving your relationship with your teen.

‘I don’t need your help’

January 11th, 2021|0 Comments

I saw a father walking with his two little girls and getting close to some slippery ice. He went to grab the hand of his youngest, maybe two years old, because [...]