Win Win Parenting – Calmer parenting: raising an emotionally balanced child for life success and a more peaceful home!
Frustration, anger, sadness, disappointment and jealousy we all experience a variety of different emotions on a moment-to-moment basis. Take a moment to reflect on how you respond to life’s difficulties and how you manage your emotions. Do you bounce back after a fall? Do you have a positive attitude to life, try to keep your emotions in check even when things don’t seem to be going your way?
Parenting can be very challenging and can result in emotional outbursts for both parents and children. Imagine how different your family life could be if you and your children could develop emotional intelligence – even in challenging times.
Join Dr Rosina, fun and educational parenting expert, as she interviews Ilene Dillon also known as “The Emotional Pro.” Ilene has worked as a psychotherapist, author, Internet radio host, coach, continuing education provider and professional speaker. Ilene is also founder of Raise Incredible Kids, dedicated to helping parents know how they’re doing as parents and helping kids remain the incredible people they are at the moment of birth. Ilene’s mission is to exponentially increase the love in individuals, families, communities and the world. Ilene has collected 40 years of clinical information about human lives, problems and triumphs, which she uses in her own masterful style. As adults, we are all still learning about ourselves and our behaviours and emotions and right alongside that trying to help our children manage their emotions and behaviours.
This show is filled with down to earth practical tips that work and you’ll learn:
· What emotions are supposed to do for us
· The benefits of having your child become emotionally balanced
· How to allow for and work with emotions in a healthy and safe way for parents and children
· What emotions actually are (energy, in motion)
· Why it’s important to master emotions when parenting
· How to deal with a child who is experiencing emotion
· The “signal” of a few everyday emotions and how to work with it
· What parents need to do in themselves to help their child become emotionally balanced?
· How to build a strong bond and loving relationship with your child.
Your family life will be transformed when you all learn how to navigate life with a positive outlook and help your children to manage their emotions! You know, the closer bond you have with your young child the easier it will be to navigate the teen years together. The way you parent can have a positive or negative impact on your relationship with your child and your child’s long-term mental health.
Research shows that higher parental care, lower parental control and the more open the relationship are more likely to lead to greater mental wellbeing for children. Do you find the controlling approach of discipline, punishment and rewards model you’re using with the kids isn’t working? Would you like a research and heart-based approach that is founded on empathy and education and supports you to develop a close bond with your child? Dr Rosina’s practical Win Win Parenting approach where you’ll get great tips, resources and support to lovingly raise well-rounded and capable kids from toddlers to teens.
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Dr Rosina’s practical Win Win Parenting approach empowers you to raise well-rounded and capable kids from toddlers to teens, get great tips, resources and support.