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I’m a family coach and I know the trick to having great relationships with your kids

Being an excellent parent is a top priority for most people with children.

There are simple ways that overall communication between parents and their children can flourish when the right words are used.

A family coach named Sean Donahue shares the one word you should add to your vocabulary to have a better relationship with your kids

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A family coach named Sean Donahue shares the one word you should add to your vocabulary to have a better relationship with your kidsCredit: TikTok/the.family.coach

Sean Donahue is a family coach who gives free advice to people on TikTok.

Some of the information he posts is incredibly helpful to families trying to create a healthy and happy dynamic.

In one of Sean’s videos, he talks about adding one simple word to your vocabulary to make a big difference.

According to him, adding the word “trust” to everyday conversations will have a massive impact.

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Sean begins by saying, “Hey parents. If you want to have a good relationship with your children and want your children to listen and obey you, here is a powerful parenting tool.”

He continues, “Make the word ‘trust’ an everyday, common word in your home.”

Instead of telling your child to take out the trash, say, “Hey son/daughter. Can I trust you to take out the trash within 15 minutes?”

He goes on to explain the psychological value of the word “trust” and how it affects all the relationships young people end up having in their lives.

Adding the word “trust” to everyday conversations between parents and children can change just about everything in terms of mutual respect.

According to Sean the word "trust" should be added to your family's daily household talks

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According to Sean, the word “trust” should be added to your family’s daily household conversationsCredit: TikTok/the.family.coach

Someone in the comments section wrote: “I have to say I love your happy brother. I have five boys and I will implement any of your suggestions. Keep up the videos!”

Another user added, “Trust was the foundation of my childhood. I plan to continue this with my children. Thanks for sharing Sean.”

Kids won’t feel bossed around if you change the way you talk to them with this parenting tip.

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Instead, they will feel that they are adding value to the household by maintaining the “trust” you place in them.

This advice can also be used between husbands and wives, siblings, and other family connections.

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Jessica MacLeish

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