Parenting

How to Teach Your Child to Be More Resilient

Have you ever noticed that some children will easily bounce back from disappointment, while others seem stuck in their sadness for days? Resilience, or the ability to bounce back after things go wrong, is a skill that we can teach our kids, the same way we teach them to tie their shoes and say please and thank you. In this eight-lesson course you will learn how to give your child the skills to be more flexible in life, and more adaptable in this unpredictable world.

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Created by Dr. Lindsay Weisner
8 lessons
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1h 4m
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100%
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Free for 7 days. Then $7.5/mo.
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Lindsay Weisner is a clinical Psychologist in Long Island, New York. She graduated from Georgetown University in 1999 and was awarded a fellowship in child development at the NIH/NICHD. She received her doctorate from C.W. Post, LIU, and went on to pursue post-doctorate training at the American Institute of Psychoanalysis. Dr. Weisner is the current host of the Neurotic Nourishment Podcast, the author of the Psychology Today Blog The Venn Diagram Life, and the co-author of the scientifically-based self-help book Ten Steps To Finding Happy.