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Parent Driven Development Episode 063: Fear in Parenting 0:40 Fear and stress of parenting From independent… to having dependents Trends of becoming more conservative once a parent 2:50 Decision making process High alert, more burden than non-parents Different decisions and problems at different stages of the kids Background buzz of constant anxiety 6:40 Different stresses Physical dangers for smaller kids, choking hazards Trying to avoid helicopter parenting Screen interest, programming, and patience 10:55 Big anxieties Screen time !! Constant worry and stress for modern parents with kids Augmenting reality through screens - stress for middle school aged parents How to foster new sibling relationships Siblings Without Rivalry (https://www.amazon.com/Siblings-Without-Rivalry-Children-Together/dp/0393342212) - book How to avoid middle child syndrome with three kids, carve out alone time with each child Feeling guilty to tell kids to play by themselves.. But it’s also important to learn 21:35 Genius and fail moments from the last week KWu moves to a new house and her son is waking every night from terrors or feeling too cold as she’s been keeping the thermostat down real low. #fail Jess’s son is a pretty adventurous eater and recently discovered balsamic vinegar which is now a new favorite! #genius Chris makes biscuits and conjures a family night which turned into a great family time. #genius How can I support the podcast? Please follow us @parentdrivendev (https://twitter.com/parentdrivendev) on Twitter or email us at [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]). Our website is at ParentDrivenDevelopment.com (https://parentdrivendevelopment.com). Jess (https://twitter.com/jszmajda) Chris S (https://twitter.com/crsexton) KWu (https://twitter.com/kwugirl)

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