Three Things You Can do Instead of Blowing Up at Your Kids

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Even good parents get to a breaking point at times and get reactive instead of connected.

Here are three things you can do to help your nervous system reset...

1. Take a parent time out--give yourself a bit of space to breathe and reset

2. Invite your kids to have an intentional silly tantrum with you. It usually ends in laughter and releases some of the tension

3. Take a silent hug reset to help your bodies reconnect and regulate


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