What can I do when saying stop, using positive language, and redirection seems to escalate my child’s dangerous behaviors.
Effective strategies and empowering responses for parents wondering how to tactfully handle requests for their child to perform for other adults
How the time-tested traditions of yoga and modern scientific advancements are revealing a similar path for enlightenment and well-being! Today, we’re exploring the intersections of parenting values, child development, and secure relationships, allowing parents to identify that sweet spot in their own life where all these things overlap.
As children grow, their friendships become increasingly more important to them and an integral part of their developing sense of self, of relationships, and how they fit into this world. Helping them learn to understand, process, and manage the multitude of emotions that come with early peer relationships can have a major impact on their development and mental health. Here to talk about the way children make, maintain, and nurture friendships is Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore. Eileen is a psychologist, friendship expert, and co-author of Growing Feelings: A Kids’ Guide to Dealing with Emotions about Friends and Other Kids.