There is no one who is closer and more important to you than your own children. However, our regular lives often don’t give us a chance to get to know our children deeper or see them from a different angle. But if you can think outside the box and ask them something different other than, “How are things in school?” you will definitely learn many more interesting things about your daughter or your son, and maybe about yourself. And these conversations or discussions are way more useful for children than lecturing. Give it a try!
Bright Side has reviewed a lot of books and articles in order to find unusual, gripping, and provocative topics for discussion.
1. What to ask instead of “How was your day?”