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Four Ways to Listen Effectively, Part 1

One of the best ways to improve our relationship with our grown children is to practice effective listening.

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Let’s admit it, most of us are distracted or have an agenda when we come to a conversation with our adult child. Let’s talk about how the power of focus and setting our agenda aside will make us  better listeners.

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  • motherhood
  • momma
  • mama
  • adult children
  • moms with adult children
  • emerging adults
  • effective communication
  • effective listening
  • listening skills
  • relational growth
  • family relationships
  • family dynamics
  • christian family
  • christian living
  • moms and children
  • communication skills
  • parent/child relationship
  • moms with college students
  • college students
  • young adults
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