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March 2016

Feeling Invisible to Your Kids?

March 16, 2016 3037 Views No comments

Are you feeling invisible to your kids? Try keeping quiet.

Parents of small children often feel like invisible spirits. After spending a day cajoling, reasoning, arguing, threatening and even screaming in an attempt to get their kids to behave, many moms and dads feel like they—the parents—almost don't exist.

According to clinical psychologist Dr. Thomas W. Phelan, all that talking is precisely the problem. "If you feel like you're invisible," he says, "you're probably way too audible."


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