Course Details

The key to parenting and to maintaining a loving connection with our kids is the ability to keep our cool when our kids aren’t keeping theirs.

In fact, being able to manage our emotions in the wake of stressful situations and events is the key to having an enjoyable and successful life!

The idea of staying calm when our kids aren’t is simple in theory, but can feel seemingly impossible to put into practice. Knowing that we should stay calm when our kids are falling apart definitely doesn’t translate into us being able to. Especially now, during this unprecedented time of heightened stress, anxiety and fear, we parents need to double down on our efforts to be responsive rather than reactive to our kids.

Why is it so hard? And what can we do to make it easier?

Those are two of the questions I'll help you answer in the course. By the end of this course, you will have a better understanding of what emotional regulation is, why it’s so important and how you can improve yours so that you can RESPOND instead of react to your kids.

Course Outline

6 Sections, 23 Lessons

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Here's what you'll learn by taking this course

What emotional regulation is.
How to be a Mindful parent.
Specific ways to improve your emotional regulation.
The art of an apology.
Why good emotional regulation is the cornerstone of good parenting.
Mindful parenting strategies to lessen your child's challenging behaviors.
How to increase your enjoyment of parenting.
Tangible strategies to become more responsive and less reactive to your children.
How to repair the rupture when you've lost it with your kid.
Mindful parenting strategies for handling tantrums, power struggles and whining.