Speaking and listening to children is the key to communication. Children need to be heard and understood to feel secure. When children know that their parents will listen to them without being judgmental, they will feel safe to open up when they have problems, to ask questions when they are in doubt, and to come “home” when they are dealing with difficulties. Many families lose contact with their children because they stop communicating with them.
I'l b ur habibti b my habibi u'll b my best friend that i share all my secrets with I'l push u to b the best that u can b. I'l listen to ur troubles dua everyday In happy moments I'l b there to laugh the joy with u In sad moments i'l b there to console u ur pain I promise to make our home a place of comfort In return promise to wake me up for Fajr Since we'v completed half of each other's Deen, we'l fear Allah with the remaining half of our Deen InshaAllah