Knowing what to do, when, and how is a challenge in parenting! If you’re doing the right thing, but at the wrong time, you may be left questioning your methods and feeling like you’re failing in parenting. Here to help moms and dads learn how to be most effective in their parenting is the founder of Curious Neuron, neuroscientist Dr. Cindy Hovington.
We’re diving deep into the psychology of parenting to explore why children tend to act out more with their parents than with others. Listen in as we uncover the unique factors of the parent-child bond, discuss common triggers, and offer strategies for navigating these challenging moments.
Janet Lansbury was talking and blogging about respectful parenting long before it became a buzzword. Informed by her mentor and RIE creator Magda Gerber, Janet has spent decades encouraging parents and teaching them how to create loving and supportive environments for their children to help them grow into compassionate, confident, and resilient individuals.
Toddlers are often misunderstood. They’re no longer babies, yet they still have very little knowledge of the world and the way things work—something that is easy to forget when we are constantly being blown away by their maturity and developmental leaps at this age.