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Listening to your husband and child speak at the same time

Listening to your husband and child speak at the same time is an art. An art most women have perfected with time and patience. An art that fosters commitment and understanding. An art that can define the importance of communicating without disappointing.

There will be many times when your child will interrupt a conversation between you and your husband. With an open mind, a mother can listen to both husband and child at the same time. Take a moment to quiet the child and answer the husband and then turn around and answer the child.

Tips on how to cope with this art:

  • You do not need to immediately stop your husband or your child from talking.
  • It is important to take a moment to absorb what your husband is saying.
  • Let your child know that interrupting a conversation is not appropriate, and then answer their question.
  • Scolding is not a way to get your point across.
  • As your child matures and grows older, they will understand the importance of not interrupting.
  • If you find yourself in the position where there is a need to stop either one from speaking, you should do so.

In no uncertain terms is a mother or wife saying it is ok for a child or husband to interrupt a conversation or speak at the same time, but it happens all the time and it is something most women have learned to adapt to.

However, it is important to teach respect and discipline when you are talking with your spouse, child, or any other person in the room.

Listening is a learned art that most people never fully grasp. Listening is a technique that can be accomplished. Next time you must listen to your husband and child speak at the same time, remember it is an art!

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