When was the last time you had more than a one-sentence (or even one-word) conversation with your tween or teen?
“How was school?" "Good." "How was your test?" "Good." "How was practice?" "It was okay." This seems to be the never-ending, one-sided conversation nowadays between teens and their parents.
Table talk at meals, especially during dinner, has proven to be your ticket for conversing with your children. Erika Katz, author of Bonding Over Beauty and media parenting favorite on talk shows, joins the Family Food Kitchen. to help you and your family get past these sparse conversations.
Katz will provide a you with a trigger for a two-way dialogue, even a long discussion, while enjoying some lasagna at the dinner table. Learn some tips and tricks to get your teens to open up about their day. Listen here: http://radiomd.com/show/family-food-kitchen/item/27678-bonding-over-table-talk-with-your-tweens-and-teens
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