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Attentive Listening Improves Teen Behaviors, According to Study

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attentive listening help teenagers open up more. Eye contact, nodding and using words to praise openness also help improve teen behaviors.

ADVERTISEMENTIf your teenager feels comfortable sharing their lives with you, it’s easier for them to admit poor behavior. It also makes them more likely to open up if they feel hurt or betrayed by someone in their life.

If they’re not coming to you with problems, it may mean they’re feeling neglected or ignored. ADVERTISEMENTThe study by University of Reading and Haifa researchers involved 1,001 teenagers aged 13 to 16.

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