Using "I" statements to express your thoughts and feelings, rather than blaming or criticizing your child.
Providing clear and specific instructions and expectations to your child.
Asking open-ended questions to encourage your child to think and express their thoughts and feelings.
Listening actively and attentively to your child, and showing interest in their thoughts and experiences.
Using positive reinforcement and praising your child for their efforts and positive behavior.
Avoiding sarcasm, criticism, and negative language, and instead using language that is supportive and positive.
By using positive communication with your child, you can foster a positive and healthy relationship and support your child's development and well-being.