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!
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Breaking the Cycle
When we feel delightful to someone else it helps to secure our bond to them. This week's worksheet is to guide you in creating a wealth of expression of delight for your child. It will be the funnest week, and we saved it for last because delight is hard to receive if calmness, trust, care, and repair are not present in the relationship.
This week's worksheet focuses on the parent's role in repairing conflicts or misalignments in the relationship and provides exercises to practice reconnection and restore a secure dynamic.
This week's worksheet helps you demonstrate care for your children during times of emotional distress and aims to turn the two included activities into regular practices in your relationship with them.
Closeness is vulnerable. So it necessitates a trust in another person's ability to be with us, and tolerate our emotional states. This week's worksheet involves two activities to develop this trust with your child. The hope is that you will turn these activities into regular practice so they grow and grow the trust between you.