How to Get Your Teen Talking
Once upon a time, your kid talked your ear off and now… crickets. There are things you can do to open up the lines of communication with your teen. It starts by creating a conversation environment. When your kid gets home from school today, don’t bombard them with questions. Instead, greet them and then get a healthy snack ready. Not only does the food become a signal to sit down and catch up, but hangry teens are less likely to be chatty. Let them get settled and take a few bites before you try to open up the conversation.