Changing Our Language!

Changing Our Language!

Roisin Bergin, Experienced Kids & Teens Yoga/ Mindset Teacher

The pen is mightier than the sword. The Power of The Spoken Word is really overlooked. This is an NLP TOOL. It’s one of the most important ones. I like to use clean language. Clean language predominantly means that we are not triggering, not putting our stuff into the mix when we are talking with our kids. We are talking from a really clean clear place which allows them to uncover their own world. Their own blueprint of the world.

With kids, the communication is lost through their inability to comprehend what you are saying. You can help make things clearer by sticking to the command of what you want to have happen and making sure that you are telling them exactly what needs to happen. When you give them a clear set of instructions, they will always do as their told. The meaning of your communication is the response you’ll get from your child – so be ready for it! 

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