Discover how to support a child who has experienced sexual abuse with this overview guide. Learn essential steps, from providing empathy and encouragement to seeking professional help, ensuring their path to recovery is filled with love and support.
Discover helpful tips for parents dealing with their child's panic attacks in this video. Learn how to provide a calming presence, navigate emotions, and support your child during these challenging moments.
Hey there! In this video, I'm sharing a personal story about how I learned the importance of fixing things in parent-child relationships. I talk about owning up to my mistakes, listening to my kid's feelings, and making things right. Remember, it's okay to mess up; just be patient and don't be too hard on yourself. We're all in this together!
In this insightful video, the speaker highlights the importance of allowing boys to express their emotions and connect with others, as it can lead to stronger and more secure adult relationships, and encourages viewers to raise emotionally aware and connected young men.
In this video, you'll learn how to guide children when they have hurt someone, by connecting with them about their feelings, modeling empathy for the person impacted, and collaborating with them to make repairs, as empathy is learned through receiving empathy and being surrounded by empathetic models.
Learn how to help your child stand up to bullying and set boundaries by watching this insightful video that emphasizes the importance of modeling how to do it and practicing in front of your child, along with practical tips and encouragement from the comments section.
One of my favorite things happening right now in parenting is parents empowering their daughters to be strong, have a voice, and stand up for what they feel they need. But the thing is that doesn't do squat if we aren't also in empowering our boys to feel their feelings…
Breaking the Cycle
It's important to introduce body safety rules to children at around the age of two and a half or three years old, in a non-shaming way.