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Effective tips and strategies for disciplining your baby or young child when they bite you or another kid.

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165. BTS: Are there effective strategies for curbing biting before toddlerhood?

A child biting someone's arm

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142. Becoming the parents your kids deserve with Gary John Bishop

Uncover the secrets to nurturing secure attachments

How does our perception of life shape our sense of self? And how can we teach our children to examine the meaning they make of their feelings and experiences to help them learn to be intentional in their actions? Prepare to expand your horizons, reconsider your perspective, and embark on a transformational journey with this week’s guest and the author of GROW UP: Becoming the Parents Your Kids Deserve, Gary John Bishop.

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132. How to move out of power struggles and into cooperation with Jen Lumanlan

How to Use Connection and Collaboration to Transform Your Family

Do you feel like you are constantly ping-ponging between two extremes—throwing around your authority and overpowering your child or feeling like they’re running the show? Jen Lumanlan, the creator of Your Parenting Mojo and the author of the new book, Parenting Beyond Power: How to Use Connection and Collaboration to Transform Your Family—and the World, is helping parents learn how to embark on a journey towards harmonious family life and a better world!

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130. How to support our kids’ autonomy and independence, minus the power struggles, with Dr. Emily Edlynn

Supporting our kids autonomy

We all want our children to succeed. But, the way they get there can feel counterintuitive to many parents and mainstream parenting approaches. We need to let our kids stumble, let them make mistakes, and allow them to struggle a bit. Here to help parents understand how to support their child’s autonomy in a way that promotes family harmony is psychologist and author of Autonomy-Supportive Parenting: Reduce Parental Burnout and Raise Competent, Confident Children, Dr. Emily Edlynn

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