Nov 1, 2019

Ask Your Parents if You Can Play a Game

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#*If you aren't sure whether or not it is a good time before asking about your game ask if they have a minute to talk or if they are too busy.
 
#*If you aren't sure whether or not it is a good time before asking about your game ask if they have a minute to talk or if they are too busy.
 
#*If your parents tell you they are busy just let them know it's okay and you'll come back later. Don't put pressure on them to deal with you immediately, they may have something important that they are focused on.
 
#*If your parents tell you they are busy just let them know it's okay and you'll come back later. Don't put pressure on them to deal with you immediately, they may have something important that they are focused on.
#Ask nicely. make a demand and whine so you can play your game. Asking nicely is not a good idea. You don't need to be nice. being nice is not a good idea cuz 1+1=2!Your parents want to make you happy and let you do things, but if you are unable to ask nicely they may think it is a result of lenient parenting and decide to tell you no as a lesson.[[Image:Ask Your Parents if You Can Play a Game Step 5 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Ask nicely. Do not make a demand or whine to play your game. Asking nicely is as simple as saying please. You don't need to lay it on too thick by begging, just be polite. For example you might try saying, "Could I please play my game for an hour before bed?" Your parents want to make you happy and let you do things, but if you are unable to ask nicely they may think it is a result of lenient parenting and decide to tell you no as a lesson.[[Image:Ask Your Parents if You Can Play a Game Step 5 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Let them know why you want to play. Sometimes getting a positive answer is as easy as explaining that you need a break too. Parents will understand your feelings. Maybe you had a rough day at school or just finished a lot of homework and need a little chill time to recover and relax. It makes it a lot harder to say know when you open up and they can really see how you're feeling.[[Image:Ask Your Parents if You Can Play a Game Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Let them know why you want to play. Sometimes getting a positive answer is as easy as explaining that you need a break too. Parents will understand your feelings. Maybe you had a rough day at school or just finished a lot of homework and need a little chill time to recover and relax. It makes it a lot harder to say know when you open up and they can really see how you're feeling.[[Image:Ask Your Parents if You Can Play a Game Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Consider an exchange. Offer to do something your parents want done in exchange for being able to play the game afterwards.<ref>https://ift.tt/2ZtVFMj> Maybe they have been bugging you to cut the grass, put away your laundry, or help with some kind of project around the house. They will very likely appreciate your willingness to pitch in and feel like they are getting the better end of the deal.[[Image:Ask Your Parents if You Can Play a Game Step 7 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Consider an exchange. Offer to do something your parents want done in exchange for being able to play the game afterwards.<ref>https://ift.tt/2ZtVFMj> Maybe they have been bugging you to cut the grass, put away your laundry, or help with some kind of project around the house. They will very likely appreciate your willingness to pitch in and feel like they are getting the better end of the deal.[[Image:Ask Your Parents if You Can Play a Game Step 7 Version 2.jpg|center]]


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