If you have children in the house, especially teenagers, you know they can be a little reserved when it comes to talking to you about what’s on their minds. That’s not a new thing. But how do you get them to talk to you when the silent treatment seems to be the order of the day, everyday? Now, more than ever, bridging the communications gap between parent and child is critical. So how do you do it?
Dr. Jeff Menzise, Clinical Child Psychology Scholar