Listening is also a way of showing that you care about your parents and their feelings. It’s a way of showing that you honor your parents. It’s hard enough being parents to you and your siblings, juggling work, church, the home and so many other parts of their lives.
One good way to appreciate your parents is by truly listening to them when they are speaking to you. Don’t be too quick to talk back, interrupt, grumble, or be rude to them. When you keep quiet and listen to them, you get to hear what they are saying, and what they want you to do.
Give them room to breathe by just hearing them out. They think they are old-fashioned or country bumpkins. They were once teenagers like you and understand you more than you know or can imagine.
After they finish speaking, then you can speak and tell them what you feel. Every parent loves to hear their children air their views.
Apologize if you have to and mean it. This way, you get to listen and they get to listen to you too. Both parties have a win-win situation.
“My child, guard my sayings; store my commandments with you.”
Proverbs 7:1 LEB
God bless you. Amen
God, please teach me to listen so I can understand what my parents are communicating to me.
The next time your parents are talking to you about something you did wrong, listen and don’t argue. Apologize when you should and need to.
My children are good listeners. They don’t speak back to me. They are very cooperative.
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