Do you “verbalize your enthusiasm” for your kids?
What is really going on in your child? How you can meet their deeper needs by changing your perspective.
Your kids need you to be calm and self-controlled… but strong. So enter with confident — even loud — empathy!
Learning to respond to a child’s meltdown with confident compassion instead of condescension, control, or cowering.
Equip your children to respond wisely to what others say about them.
These seven ideas are anchored in the principle that we all behave better when we feel better!