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How to Get Your Kids to Listen

How to Get Your Kids to Listen

Do you feel like you're banging your head against the wall trying to get your kids to listen to you? 

Unfortunately, having to repeat yourself a million times to get your kids to do ANYTHING you ask is a fairly common experience for most parents.

Luckily, there are some really simple things you can do to get your kids to listen when you really want them to!

Interesting in finding out more?

Join for our free email course! 

It's really easy to follow, you can do it in your own time, you will get heaps of support from us and all you have to do is look out for our email each day for 7 days and follow along the guide. Easy peasy!

This course is FREE and includes:

  • Step by step guide
  • 1:1 support so you can ask questions / clarify / check in (or just vent if you feel the need!)
  • Access to parents in a support group where you chat, interact, talk and share experiences
  • Membership to over 150 gentle and effective behaviour strategies


Over 7 days, you will learn how to:

  1. Identify the behaviours you want to change (i.e. "I want my kids to listen to me when I tell them to...")
  2. Create and implement a behaviour change plan with your kids.
  3. Learn new strategies to get your kids to listen to you when you ask them to.

Get in Touch or Pop an email through to info@ohbeehave.com.au and we’ll send you through the info you need to get started!

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Chrissy
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I struggle getting my teenager to listen most of the time lately! So this sounds about just right for me!

Jessica Bradshaw
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This is awesome. I could see how this will help a ton of people.

Kimberly
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Our son is actually a really good listener thank goodness! But I know that there are a lot of parents who could benefit from a program like this. Thanks for sharing it!

Emily
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i’m sure my mum would still be interested in this even though I’m 22!!

DLM Merry
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I’m sure this applies to some adults as well!

Ali Rost
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Ali Rost

Passing your post along to my daughter. She has two little boys and we talk about this topic frequently! x

Our Family World
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Our Family World

This looks like it will help a lot of parents out there. My kids occasionally give me a difficult time, but it does not happen often. I will share this with my sister. She has tweens and it is that time when kids always turn a deaf ear.

aWebmaster
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Really nice that you’re taking this initiative for a 7 day course. I’d like to ask if you’ll be providing an ebook of the material too? I feel that can be very useful as we can actually distribute it with friends and family too.

Elena
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Elena

I desperately need this. My nephew is so hyperactive and at times we cannot control his behaviour.

Rose Sahetapy
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Parents could struggle as their kids ignore to listen to them. I’m sure a lot of parents would love to follow the course.

Ankit Agarwal
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As a father of 2 year old dude, I must say this is the only thing that irritates me. It feels like its a never ending war going on and my son is winning. thanks for this resource

Lindseylondonmumma
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I am certainly going to be trying some of these tips out. My little peanut has been going through a temper tantrum stage, so keep your fingers crossed for me that it works.