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.
Learn why suggesting activities to a bored child may not be effective as it triggers a stress response in their brain, and instead, how to hold space for their emotional discomfort so they can reconnect with their executive functioning skills in this informative video.
Discover the three key things you need to do to help your children develop resilience and become strong, confident adults in this insightful video.
Learn how trusting younger generations to make the changes they see necessary can help make the world a better place in this thought-provoking video about the role of parents and the importance of allowing children to explore the world fully.
In this video, you'll learn why providing your children with a safety net to navigate difficult social situations is crucial, and how to create an open and non-judgmental environment where they can trust and depend on you.
Engage with your teen by giving them airtime and genuine curiosity to share their perspectives, allowing them to feel heard and seen, which will make them respect you more and see you as an ally in their maturing process.
In this video, you'll learn that how you live is the biggest teaching tool in your toolkit, as humans are wired to learn through watching and imitating, rather than through directions or instructions.
In this thought-provoking video, the speaker questions why we don't see more images of parents hugging their teenagers and reminds us that despite their growing independence, teens still need love, comfort, and compassion from their parents.
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.