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FAQs about How to Connect with Your Child

How much time should I spend with my children to connect with them? up-arrow

The amount of time you spend with your children is not as important as the quality of the time you spend together. Even a few minutes of undivided attention each day can help you connect with your children.

My daughter is going through a difficult phase and is not spending time with me. How to connect with my daughter? up-arrow

Show empathy and understanding. Open up the lines of communication, let her talk about her feelings and show that you are there for her.

My child is shy and does not open up to me. How do I connect with my ten-year-old? up-arrow

Children who are shy or introverted may take longer to open up and may not feel comfortable sharing their feelings or thoughts easily. Be patient and create a safe and non-judgmental environment for your child to open up.

My child is rebellious and does not listen to me. How do I connect? up-arrow

Connecting with a rebellious child can be challenging, but they still need guidance and support from their parents. Try to find common ground and set clear boundaries and consequences for their behaviour. Seek help if necessary.

How can I tell if I connect successfully with my child? up-arrow

Here are a few good indicators of a successful connection with your child:

  • Kids are open and willing to communicate with you.
  • Children share their thoughts and feelings with you.
  • Youngsters feel supported and loved by you.