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How to Communicate With and Listen to Your Teen

热度 4已有 503 次阅读2014-9-23 19:29 |系统分类:子女教育 | 宽屏 请点击显示宽屏,再点击恢复窄屏 | 动漫全图 如只见部分动漫,请点击显示全图,再点击恢复窄图

Many parents have questions that start with, “What do I say when…?” However, parents need to understand that it is “less important what you say, and more important that you listen.”
  1. Turn off the “parent alarm.” Listen without judgment and reaction. When your son says,“Mom, I met this girl” and you react by saying,“You’re too young to date,” that instinctual alarm prevented you from being able to hold a meaningful discussion on healthy sexuality.
  2. Don’t catastrophize. When teens come to their parents with concerns, they need a calming, rational presence that will create a safe space for them to figure things out. When parents make it seem worse than they had imagined, they leave more anxious and won’t return.
  3. Don’t over empathize. Adolescents need a sounding board. Sometimes they exaggerate; sometimes they express fleeting feelings. When you over empathize, it can heighten their emotions and make you look naïve or overly involved. Imagine your empathizing by condemning their friend who your daughter had a fight with. You’ll look “wrong” the next day when your daughter is best friends again with the girl she hated yesterday.

Your Values & Opinions

Teens are happy to hear their parents’ values and opinions, but these opinions should not be shared in a way that feels judgmental or condescending and should try to avoid personal territory that will position a teen to need to become defensive of friends or self. 

Avoid “The Lecture”

Parents who lecture are not heard. The lecture is often condescending or hostile, and is delivered with an abstract string of possibilities loosely tied together. Young adolescents are still not thinking abstractly, and all teens who are upset or in crisis mode will not absorb lessons delivered abstractly. Parents may increase their yield if they are able to convey their wisdom in a more concrete manner that adolescents can follow.
 

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Edited by Kenneth R. Ginsburg, MD, MS Ed, FAAP, FSAHM and Sara B. Kinsman, MD, PhD
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回复 翰山 2014-9-23 19:51
我不懂英语怎么办?
回复 小龙鱼 2014-9-23 19:59
翰山: 我不懂英语怎么办?
这是个问题。
如果叶博能抽空翻译一下,那就皆大欢喜了。
翻译很花时间,不过,直译就相对快一些。
回复 叶慧秀 2014-9-23 20:07
翰山: 我不懂英语怎么办?
你可以Google translate 哦。
回复 叶慧秀 2014-9-23 20:14
小龙鱼: 这是个问题。
如果叶博能抽空翻译一下,那就皆大欢喜了。
翻译很花时间,不过,直译就相对快一些。
谢谢!我看能否找到中文子女教育方面的文章。
回复 炎黄 2014-9-23 20:54
Teens are happy to hear their parents’ values and opinions, but these opinions should not be shared in a way that feels judgmental or condescending and should try to avoid personal territory that will position a teen to need to become defensive of friends or self.
回复 叶慧秀 2014-9-23 20:56
炎黄: Teens are happy to hear their parents’ values and opinions, but these opinions should not be shared in a way that feels judgmental or condescending a ...
  

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