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I’ll give you a crash course in attachment science, dispel the misinterpretations that can make parents feel anxious or guilty, and offer concrete tips for more accurately attuning to your child, which can help them to form a secure attachment bond and promote mental wellness within your child and yourself.

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100. How to use the principles of attachment science to make parenting easier

A crash course in attachment science

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96. Balancing the load of parenthood: Becoming a team with your partner-in-parenting with Lauren A. Tetenbaum

Balancing the load of parenthood

Eve Rodsky’s Fair Play method has swept the nation and become a cultural phenomenon. By being intentional about how we define our roles, rebalancing our to-do list, and feeling aligned with our partners, we are able to challenge societal norms to find a fair balance of the mental load of parenthood that works best for us.

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94. Toddler sleep: Why it’s different than infant sleep and how to use the attachment relationship to help them fall asleep, with Eileen Henry

Help your toddler say goodnight

When it comes to childhood development, sleep is not a linear process. It’s normal for young children to have ups and downs, regressions, and growth spurts with their sleep. Here to talk about how you can help your toddler say goodnight without the struggle is sleep specialist and RIE associate Eileen Henry.

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93. Quit the never-ending to-do list: How to find balance in the home, at work, and in parenthood with Chelsi Jo

How to find balance in the home, at work, and in parenthood

From the clutter in our homes to our need to always be busy, and the seemingly never-ending tasks on our to-do lists, this episode will tackle all the emotional and tangible strategies you need to create a routine that works best for you and your unique family.

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