The way you communicate with your son will change across the milestones of their life; from playing trains, kicking around the football or having a mature conversation with your teenage son. It’s important to always keep the lines of communication open and find opportunities to communicate with them.
Keeping the lines of communication open allows you to have a better understanding of how they’re traveling emotionally, mentally and who their friends are, how they are going at school, and when they need help.
We hope some of these tips come in handy. Remember, you don’t have to tackle it all at once. But using these tips as a starting point will make a big difference in his life as well as yours.
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