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So often, we adults think that we have to ask probing questions in order to get any information out of our kids. We pepper them with questions – with the best of intentions – hoping to get a crumb, a snippet, a clue into what they’re thinking and experiencing.

Turns out: the best way to do that is to talk LESS and to ask fewer, not more, questions.


Take a look at these “statement starters”, try them out and let us know what you think!

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