Ever asked your child to do something and got crickets? Do they just ignore you or promise to do as asked, but then go on with their lives as nothing happened? Well, I got a little trick that may help you. Moving from an active to a passive voice is one way to get more cooperation from your kids, and for a good reason. In this episode you'll learn exactly why it helps and how to use it.

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