Talking to Toddlers review….How to talk to your two year old made easy in this comprehensive audio guide.
How to talk to toddlers? That is the question….I know through my own personal account that talking to my two year old was a challenge and talking to him when he turned three was even more of an issue. It is that constant give and take relationship as they struggle with their own independence and you try and relinquish this control too them. The below downloadable audio book would have been nice to have when I was going through this phase of my child’s development. Talking to Toddlers goes into 4 steps of communication that will make talking to your toddler considerably easier.
The four steps are:
- Behaviour is driven by Emotion,
- We tend to overuse the word “No” when we talk to our kids.
- If you want to have any chance at all of influencing your toddler’s behavior, you MUST have rapport first.
- Language is a powerful tool and there are a bunch of tactics you need to learn to create the outcomes you want.
1. Talking To Toddlers Explained
2. Who does the course benefit?
3. How the program works?
4. What you get upon purchasing Talking to Toddlers?
Talking To Toddlers is a downloadable audio course that offers a lot of communication strategies to parents on how they can effectively and constructively communicate with their toddlers. The program consists of 12 downloadable MP3s and a printable PDF summery of the course and assignment worksheets that includes all the major points in the course as well as homework after every point discussed. Each lesson runs for 20 minutes.
The book is designed for kids aged between 2 and 6 years old. Specifically, the program works as long as it is practically possible for you to engage your toddler in a two-way verbal communication……this can be a challenge I know! Each of the 12 MP3s is a chapter on its own, each containing a specific lesson. The lessons include:
1. Introduction & Key Concepts
2. Double Binds & Presuppositions
3. Saying No Without Saying No
4. Yes/No/Compliance Sets
5. Consistency & Commitment
7. Picking Your Battles
9. State Management & Anchoring
10. Embedded Comments
11. Dealing With Physical Pain
12. Threats & Punishments
The skills contained in the program are useful with adults and kids, but the examples provided are specifically geared towards kids (or toddlers). If you are a parent who has kid(s) ranging between 2-6 years old who have had behavior problems, defiance and resistance, and feel somewhat out of control, then this course is meant for you.
After completing the course work, you will be able to fully control his tantrums and make him calm down quicker. You will be able to learn better parent-toddler communication skills that will in turn help you radically improve your child’s behavior.
The program teaches you actual language skills. These skills coupled with the tricks that are given in the program are all based on fundamental principles of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and Ericksonian hypnosis. The program is not hypnotizing anybody, but offers you the right kinds of words that can cause emotional changes in your kid(s). You’ll have to listen to only one lesson per day followed by the doing the homework for the specific lesson.
Why homework? It’s because learning new skills entails more than just listening and reading. You must participate in the “doing” as well. The program is compassionate, and not manipulative. The author also mentions some books and resources that will help you understand more about psychology and persuasion.
The Talking to Toddlers book and audio series costs only $37 and has a 60 day 100% money back guarantee, meaning if for any reason you are not happy with the product you will be fully and promptly refunded.
The author of Talking To Toddlers is Chris Thompson, a father of two daughters aged 5 and 8. Thompson is a neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) practitioner- a technique of influence and persuasion, and an expert in communication strategies and language patterns. He has a vast wealth of experience in verbal and body language for changing a person’s cognitive and emotional state. He used these skills as he built up a professional life after becoming a father. He developed the Talking To Toddlers program by documenting the ideas and results that he himself used on his own kids.
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