Parents want to have healthy relationships with their kids, and often do everything they can to build bonds of trust and good, open communication. Kirk & Kim Duncan, Lifestyle Mentors from 3 Key Elements, say that in reality struggle creating this connection and they know what is missing.
A valuable part of communication that goes unnoticed is how we physically appear to others. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Maybe your physical appearance is telling your children a different message than what your mouth is saying.
5 Body Language actions to stop and the message they send
Hands on hips
Pointing at your kids
Standing on one leg
Folding your arms
Rubbing your head or face
See 3 Key Elements in person or ONLINE at the next Body Language Show on Thursday, March 23, 9 am – noon. You can also attend in person at their Academy in South Jordan, 1098 W. South Jordan Parkway #105