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I hear this so often from parents that I work with regarding their kids; often gladiator and ADHD kids who fixate on something that they just have to have. They will beg and badger until the adult is completely worn down, exhausted and gives in. Over time, the...
Today I am joined again by Natalie and we are talking about the continuum between love and fear. Human beings really only have two emotions, love and fear. Although we don't always know in our bodies when it's fear because at some point, they blend together and it can...
As a child and family therapist, I'm becoming increasingly concerned with children's irritability. They're almost living in addictive behavior with a; "Get out of my way I need this" mentality where they are sacrificing, playing outside, being creative, or working on...
If you are the parent of a child that is struggling it can be devastating and traumatic. Join me as to hear my tips for managing hard days.
CONNECTED PARENTING EPISODE 68 – Connections That Create Healthier, More Resilient Kids with Blake Schofield
Today, Blake Schofield welcomes me to her show “The Bridge to Fulfillment” where I share powerful insights and real-life examples of challenges that every parent is struggling with.
On today’s episode I am joined by my daughter Zoe who does pediatric creative, fun, playful work with children teaching them how to control their emotions so they don’t control them.
CONNECTED PARENTING EPISODE 66 – [MY INTERVIEW ON “WHAT THE PARENT” ] Gladiator Kids Got You Feeling Crazy?
Today I am on “What The Parent” podcast with PJ and Cara – Listen in to hear me share how to approach prickly teens with love, intention, and most importantly ruthless compassion.
We love our kids like crazy, but sometimes we don’t like them. In fact, a lot of the time we don’t like them, if they’re a gladiator and being really difficult, challenging and aggressive and we’re not supposed to talk about that.
Join me for this week’s episode to hear the facts about anger and what we as parents can do to help ourselves while also teaching our children what it looks like to manage anger when it rears its ugly head.
There are four different types of lying that we, parents need to be aware of.
Join me on this week’s episode to learn why teens lie and what we can do should it come up in our household.