Four Bridges to Build with Your Teen Daughter

In the newest episode of the Better Together podcast, I sharing four bridges that will help you build connection with your teen and adult daughters:

1. Kind Words – How do you speak to your daughter? What we say is most often a reflection of our heart, not our daughter’s actions. Our kind words can actually heal the emotional and physical pain that our daughters experience in life.
2. Discover Her Love Language – Do you know your daughter’s love language? Both of you can take the free test at the fivelovelanguages.com. When you invest 10-15 minutes per day in “speaking” her love language, you build resiliency into her life and she’ll have the reserve to dig deep and tackle the problems that she’s facing.
3. Ask Before You Accuse – How many of us jump to conclusions when a negative situation happens? We can build a connection instead of creating conflict when we calmly and kindly ask, “Can you tell me what happened?” and listen to what she has to say.
4. “Open the Door” – Getting our daughter to talk can be tricky because she has a lot on her mind. I share a tip to open up communication with your daughter. Listen to the podcast to find out more!

RESOURCES

The Parenting Teens Summit  

An online experience designed to help you thrive as a parent of a teenager. Over 40 different Christian authors and thoughts leaders are ready to share their unique insight with you. Featured speakers include Dr. James Dobson, Dr. Juli Slattery, Dr. Paul David Tripp, Craig Gross, Kimm Carr, Craig Groeschel, and Dr. Kathy Koch, among others.

Parenting Teen Summit starts September 11-27! Click here to find out more and register!

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Speaker and author, Barbara L. Roose has a passion for inspiring women to connect with God and each other. She is the author of Enough Already: Winning Your Ugly Struggle with Beauty and Beautiful Already: Reclaiming God's Perspective on Beauty (bible study). Connect with Barb on social media: @barbroose and at Facebook.com/barbararoose

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