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Ep. 85 – Dr. Christine Koh – The Goal Of Good Life Hacks
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54:03Are the efforts and actions of your days bringing you joy and contentment? Or do you feel like you’re going through meaningless motions? In this episode, we’re talking about large and small life hacks. Our guest is the author of Minimalist Parenting, and Harvard-trained brain scientist, Dr. Christine Koh and she is helping us look at what we do, and why we do it, and encouraging us to edit and change. Join us!
Ep. 84c – Sarah Moore – My Child’s Not Invited To Playdates And Parties
22:27When we feel we’re being left out, it’s tough. When we feel our kids are being left out, it’s terrible! This week, parenting specialist and author of Peaceful Discipline, Sarah Moore addresses a question about how to help our children when they don’t seem to be settled into the social realities of school - especially if they're not being invited to playdates and birthday parties. Join us!
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Ep. 84b – Sarah Moore – Are Highly Sensitive Children More Prone To Depression?
14:32Is there a correlation between a highly sensitive temperament and mental health concerns? Today, our guest Sarah Moore answers a question from a parent who is wondering about the intensity of her son’s emotions. She sees his emotional highs, but notices, even more, his lows and wants to know if she should be concerned. Sarah is the director of Dandelion Seeds Positive Parenting and the author of her wonderful and newly released book, Peaceful Discipline
Ep. 84a – Sarah Moore – Supporting Sensitive Kids (without walking on eggshells)
17:25Highly sensitive kids feel the intensity of their emotions. Their highs tend to be higher and their lows tend to be lower. This week, our guest Sarah Moore answers a question from a listener who asks, “How do you support a highly sensitive child when you feel like you have to walk on eggshells?” Join us for her compassionate and insightful response.
Ep. 84 – Sarah Moore – Understanding Highly Sensitive Kids
53:07‘High Sensitivity’ is a temperament trait, meaning it’s biologically based rather than learned or taught. A highly sensitive child is a child who is very affected and often reactive to environmental influences - sounds, smells, temperatures, and even the attitudes and moods of those around them. In this episode of family360, author and parenting specialist Sarah Moore shares the unique emotional language of a highly sensitive child and what they need from their parents in order to feel seen, loved, and validated.
Ep. 83c – Maggie Dent – Do We Tell Our Daughters They Look Beautiful?
17:04Child experts agree that commenting on our daughter’s appearance may suggest we value her looks over other qualities and this inadvertently damages her self-esteem and sense of worth. In this 3rd Q-note episode with Maggie Dent, Maggie delves into her own past problems with ‘prettiness’ and shares her well-seasoned perspectives on helping girls find their inner beauty.
Ep. 83b – Maggie Dent – Do Parents Unintentionally Promote People Pleasing?
15:34'People pleasing sounds like a positive pursuit,’ thought the parent who wrote in today’s question. It’s not! People-pleasing involves dishonoring yourself to honor someone else. Maggie Dent suggests generations of patriarchy have pushed women toward people pleasing. She addresses this and more as she answers this great question about people pleasing and how parents unintentionally encourage their children to ‘make nice'.
Ep. 83a – Maggie Dent – Are Birthday Parties Needed For A Child’s Social Success?
16:04A Mom’s wondering if she can bypass hosting a birthday party for her soon to be 7 year old, without alienating her daughter’s friendships at school. Her daughter attends at least one birthday party a month and she loves going, but the parties are expensive and expansive. This Mom doesn’t want to try to keep up and feels a small family party would be preferable. Maggie responds with warmth, wisdom and some entertaining birthday stories of her own. Join us!
Ep. 83 – Maggie Dent – Raising Mighty Girls and Women
57:00Raising girls is complicated. In spite of all our empowerment messages, rates of stress, anxiety, and depression are on the rise for girls. Studies indicate a girl's confidence drops by 30% between the ages of 8 - 14. This week on family360 we’re with the wonderful Maggie Dent, talking about femininity, feelings, and friends. Maggie believes we raise mighty women by raising mighty girls - and that starts right from birth with how we encourage our daughters ‘to be’ - to value others and enjoy who they are - whether they want to purr or roar. Join us!
Ep. 82c – Rachel Cram – How Do We Express Emotions In Front Of Our Kids?
16:09Is it appropriate to cry in front of your children? To be angry? To show frustration? How we express our emotions in front of our kids is an important component to their emotional development and in tricky parenting moments what to do and how to respond is not always obvious. In this episode, we’re looking at two separate questions asked by listeners on this topic. Join us!