Jennifer on The Great Parenting Show

Don’t miss Jennifer’s interview on Jacqueline Green’s Great Parenting Show at 1:00 on May 22, 2014.  The topic of the show will be “The Kids Aren’t Alright:  How to Parent in the Age of Anxiety and Entitlement.

This Thursday, Jennifer is being interviewed again on the Great Parenting Show.  Created in 2010, the program is an online parenting show with a large international following.  Since then, the host, Jacqueline, has interviewed approximately 150 of the world’s top experts in parenting-related topics.

Jennifer’s topic is: The Kids aren’t alright: How to parent in the age of anxiety and entitlement.  The show airs at 10:00 a.m. PT (LA/Vancouver), 1:00 p.m. ET (Toronto/New York).  You can listen by phone or watch a webcast.

The discussion items include the following:

  • Avoid the trap of raising entitled, anxious and unhappy children
  • How to get better results with less efforts
  • How to help your children deal with adversity which is so important for their ultimate happiness and success

Access this link to sign up and receive access details: http://greatparentingshow.com/jenniferkolari 

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