Families can be an incredible source of support or of harm. In this section, you’ll find content about raising resilient kids, family bonding, coping with dysfunctional families, boundary setting, and more.
Read More about Flow Chart: Resolving Kid’s Problem Behaviors Through Coping Skills
Kids with caregivers who give them permission to feel big feelings and that give them support in managing those feelings are kids with tools who are able to become adults who can regulate emotions and find resiliency in the face of crisis.
Today, I’m releasing a simple visual illustrating how empathic, attuned parenting can disrupt one common cycle behind problem behaviors at home or in the classroom.
Read More about How to Connect with Tweens: 8 Tips for Authentic Engagement
Pre-teen, pre-adolescent, pre-pubescent, tween… Regardless of what term is used – we’ve all been there, most of us know one, and some of us are parenting (teaching, counseling, etc.) one. As the stepping stone from childhood to adolescence, this time frame can be a tough one to navigate for both tweens and for those attempting to engage and connect with tweens.
Connecting with preteens can be especially difficult. Not quite kids, and not quite adolescents, tweens deserve more credit than we tend to give them.