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Perfect for Parents of Children Age 12 & Younger …
Nobody said being a parent was going to be easy and probably one of the most difficult things for all parents is having those “tough conversations” with their kids.
You know the conversations I’m talking about – the ones about sex, drugs, body image, bullying and more.
Today, we live in a complex world that is filled with issues that are not only difficult for kids to go through but also difficult for parents to discuss and provide good advice on.
Many parents begin to dread having these conversations with their kids … many others desperately want to have these conversations with their kids but don’t know what to say.
But here’s the thing – if we don’t talk to kids early and often about these issues they will eventually get answers from someone else.
This means we will be missing a HUGE opportunity to give our children accurate information and to pass along our personal values and moral principles.
To help ensure parents don’t miss these opportunities to have important discussions with their kids, I have created “The Tough Talks: 7 Critical Conversations to Have With Your Kids Before They Turn 12.”
Finally, A Road Map For Christian Parents!
Hello, my name is Mary-Kate Warner and as a parent myself (and a Sunday School director), I know how hard it can be to talk to kids about certain things.
I know how awkward those conversations can go. Often the words just won’t come easily, such as when we try to discuss sexual behavior.
If we are not careful, we can come off like lecturers, which can be a turn-off to our kids, who may be seeking a more open and honest conversation style.
And if our tone sounds the slightest big accusatory, kids can take exception, thinking we are accusing them of a behavior they would not dream of (of course, many times a bad behavior is nothing a teen would dream of doing a week before it happens or even a day before).
I Also Know How It Feels to Not Be Sure We Are
Most of what we have to tell our kids about good behavior concerns times and places when we are not with them, such as school, parties, get-togethers at other people’s homes, or get-togethers in our house where the presence of kids makes us feel banned from the room.
We are not soothsayers, and our kids don’t come equipped with nanny-cams on their heads. We have to rely on what they tell us, which, after a certain age, can be precious little.
We can feel basically clueless as to whether our help and advice made an impact.
So to help alleviate awkwardness and ensure understanding, here’s what I’ve done, I’ve created a guide that is filled with proven effective principles that Christian parents regularly use to foster good behavior in their kids.
Now I realize that we all have different parenting styles and that some of these tips will work for you and others may just not seem right. But the beauty of this guide is that you will be able to pick and choose only the methods you feel comfortable with to get the results you want.
This way you can feel confident that you are reaching your child and giving them much needed information and advice.
“The Tough Talks” Covers 7 Difficult-to-Discuss Topics:
Each Reflection contains a powerful message to draw kids closer to Jesus and is drawn from situations that happen in real life, such as:
Under each topic:
But Why Do You Need to Have These Conversations
Now I know many of you are saying, “Isn’t before age 12 too soon for some of these conversations?”
In a word, “no.”
The truth is, talking to teenagers can be nearly impossible if there was no talking done earlier.
The reason is that in their teen years kids enter into the psychological passage called “differentiation,” or “individuation.” This basically means that they have begun to realize they are separate individuals, not necessarily a reflection of their family unit.
Parents can quickly identify when their children begin this passage. Often it is right around the age of 12. Kids may become distant and are not quite the little buddies parents were so used to having around the house.
This is why some psychotherapists say, “When your child reaches the age of 12, your teaching job is essentially done. Henceforth you are a ride and a meal.”
In other words, it’s better to reach kids before this period begins than to try to reach them during it.
“The Tough Talks” is filled with tools and information to help you reach your child ...
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Remember, my goal in creating “The Tough Talks” was to provide parents like you with all the material you need to not just have these difficult conversations with your kids but to feel comfortable while you are doing it.
This guide is a stress reliever and will provide you with everything you need to talk to your kids about complex issues in a way that suits you and your family, and in a way that would be approved by God.
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Start Preparing Your Kids Now for the Challenges
For a lot of us, high school can be the most challenging passage in life for maintaining Christian behavior.
During this time, kids are more likely to take risks, and that will often include “spiritual risks” … like suddenly ignoring their spiritual upbringing.
Parents can become frustrated and concerned by the changes they see in their kids.
But one way to avoid the difficulties of this period is to start talking to your kids about their upcoming spiritual journey in late-middle school.
After all, you wouldn’t wait until a storm hits to put a roof on your house.
By talking to them in advance about some of the difficult issues they are going to face, you can prepare them ahead of time. Plus, talking to young children about sex, drugs, lying, stealing, cheating, etc., is easier when they are younger because they are still listening.
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It’s Time to Win the Conversation Game!
Winning the conversation game for parents means being the first to present important information. Then, when kids hear the playground version of sex, drugs, etc., they’ll think, “Oh yeah…my dad or mom told me about this … he or she even told me kids would say it this way…”
You’ll keep your position of respect with your kids by being the first to get to them.
Some parents may ask, “Well, what if my ten-year-old is not ready to hear about such and such?”
He probably is ready, but if you share information with a child who is not mature enough to hear it, the likelihood is that he will simply not process it.
Some parents feel that having difficult discussions with their children will “awaken” some desire or make them want to engage in the behaviors you are discussing. Nothing could be farther from the truth. In fact, silence from parents on subjects kids are already hearing about can come across like an endorsement!
It’s time to start talking about the tough issues with your kid. Just click on the order now button below to get your copy of “The Tough Talks.”
P.S. A great rule of thumb on when to approach your kids about difficult subjects is to think back on when certain temptations arose in your life or your friends’ lives, and then subtract two years. So is it time to talk to your child? If so, get “The Tough Talks” today. Order now.
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