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Parenting Skills to Raise Responsible, Mature Children

Image Description Roger K. Allen
11 lessons
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1h 9m
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100%

Most parents tend to either over-control or cave-in and over-indulge their children. Either way, their children fail to learn from their experiences or grow in emotional maturity and self-responsibility. Roger K. Allen, Ph.D., has studied family relationships for many years and developed time-tested tools to help you succeed in raising responsible, mature children. In this course, you'll learn to talk to your children (toddlers to teens) in ways that build harmony and trust, improve your child's self-esteem, resolve disagreements, set and enforce limits, and encourage greater levels of...

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Teaching Your Kids Courage and Self-Confidence

Image Description Paul Andrew Smith
7 lessons
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38m
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100%

Both research and common experience tell us that courage and self-confidence are two of the keys to success and happiness in life. They both help you set lofty goals and tackle intimidating challenges. And that leads to not only the success you were after in the first place, but earns you a healthy self-esteem that psychologists tell is essential for a children's growth and development. This course will help you build those character traits in your kids. It's another course from bestselling author Paul Smith drawn from interviews he conducted with hundreds of insightful people in 25...

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Have a Career and Be a Good Mom: How to Redefine Working Motherhood

Image Description Jenny Elliott
7 lessons
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46m
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100%

This course will help Modern Working Moms understand their identity, how their careers relate to their identity, and why women tend to lose themselves in motherhood. It will provide exercises, tools, and resources to redefine and embrace working motherhood to ease mom guilt. It will empower you to make changes in your mindset to challenge societal messages telling women they don't deserve a career or fulfillment outside of motherhood.

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Teaching your Kids Self-Reliance, Grit, and Hard Work

Image Description Paul Andrew Smith
9 lessons
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48m
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93%

Self-reliance means taking matters into your own hand instead of sitting around waiting for others to do things for you. Grit is having the passion to accomplish something combined with the perseverance to get it done. And hard work simply means working hard at something instead of doing it half-heartedly. And all of these character traits lead to having the determination to get things done. Without them, it's difficult to be successful at anything. And this course will help you build those character traits in your kids. It's another course from bestselling author Paul Smith drawn from...

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How to Teach Your Child to Be More Resilient

Image Description Dr. Lindsay Weisner
8 lessons
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1h 4m
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100%

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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Thriving through Caregiver Compassion Fatigue

Image Description Jessica Temple
8 lessons
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53m
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95%

Members will learn how to thrive and live full lives while raising children with special needs. They will learn what compassion fatigue is, signs and symptoms, and lots of strategies to beat compassion fatigue and burnout, including mindfulness, self-care, and dialectical behavior therapy strategies in order to live their best life!

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Natural Learning for You and Your Kids

Image Description Justus Frank
13 lessons
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1h 12m
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94%

The growth of a child as they explore their world is a particularly fascinating and wonderful thing to see. The main purpose of this course is to help you take part in their explorations in a way that brings enjoyment and fulfillment to both of you. In natural learning, the aim is to let go of every form of coercive teaching and parenting, as these result in ineffective learning. Effective learning occurs for everyone in your family when you are all able to learn naturally, that is, actively and motivated by curiosity, playfulness, and a connection with others.

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A Parent's Guide To Talking About Minecraft

Image Description Nathan Nance
7 lessons
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44m
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100%

Minecraft is not just a video game, it is also a community and a movement. With over 200 million copies sold, Minecraft is the most downloaded video game of all time. It reaches across the world and into our homes. The goal of this course to develop a basic Minecraft vocabulary so that parents can have authentic, engagement conversations with their children about the game. A strong Minecraft vocabulary is one of the many tools that parents can add to their communication tool belt.

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Teaching Your Kids Creativity and Curiosity

Image Description Paul Andrew Smith
7 lessons
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34m
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94%

Two character traits essential for success in school (and life) are creativity and curiosity. Creativity helps your child solve problems more effectively and efficiently. And curiosity is the surest path to learning, because if you have an insatiable desire to know something, you'll eventually find a way to learn it. This course will empower you to help your child develop both of those character traits. It's another course from bestselling author Paul Smith drawn from interviews he conducted with hundreds of insightful people in 25 countries around the world as they discuss their most...

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Teaching your Kids Humility and Respect for Others

Image Description Paul Andrew Smith
8 lessons
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48m
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100%

Two highly related character traits are treating others with respect and conducting yourself with humility. People who think too highly of themselves often treat others with too little respect. Whereas people who treat others with respect, usually show more modesty and humility in their own demeanor. So, it makes sense to study them together. In this course, you'll hear about people from all walks of life and the specific moment they were treated either with respect and humility, or the opposite and the surprising impact it had on their life. It's another course from bestselling author Paul...

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