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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.
Have a Career and Be a Good Mom: How to Redefine Working Motherhood
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.
How to Get Your Non-Athletic Teenager to Start Running
After listening to this course (and doing), you will have more skills and tools to communicate with your teenager about running and exercise, and it will help you and him or her to get from A to B. Which will lead to improved self-esteem of your teenager. And if all goes well, will increase the level of self-responsibility. With these methods, I am striving for a long-term approach, a valuable approach. Each child, each teenager, is valuable in his own capabilities and possibilities. And each youth deserves and needs to be supported.
Natural Learning for You and Your Kids
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.
The New Father's Survival Guide: Breaking the Stigma of New Fatherhood
There is no clear-cut path that is shown on being a new father. We are given piecemealed advice and told we'll figure out the rest as we go. This course is designed to prepare to survive the wild world that is new fatherhood. This course is for you, the new dad who doesn't want to fit the stigmas society has thrown our way. We will break down, in three phases, how to overcome, and ultimately survive the stigmas with being a new father.
The Quirky Preschooler: Help Your Kids Succeed
Some preschoolers struggle. They may be a little quirky and do things a little differently. Or maybe they have a hard time paying attention or have disruptive behaviors. Learn why this might be and how to help them succeed at preschool and in life.
Is Adopting a Child Right for You?
Have you wondered whether adopting a child would be a good choice for you? Adopting a child means that you have decided to start a family or add to your family. Both are joyous decisions. And as we know, creating a family is one of the most important decisions of your life. Our goal in this course is to help you learn if adopting a child is the right choice for you.
Adoption Attunement: The Key to Connecting to Your Adopted Child
Adoptive parenting requires a nuanced approach that recognizes adoption complexity, grief, and loss. Parents will need all their intelligence: (IQ Intellectual, EQ (Emotional), and AQ (Adoption Attuned). This course will teach you fifteen elements of Adoption Attunement, the key to forging strong, resilient family bonds. You will achieve an enhanced level of family attunement that includes adoption competence and also transcends it. As you master these elements you will build a resilient connection with your child and meet their needs with empathy, intention, and purpose.
The Hidden Dangers of Adoption Myths
Most myths are fairly innocuous, however, adoption myths can damage adoptees. False assumptions, misinformation, and inaccurate knowledge make it impossible for adoptees and adoptive families to receive the support and validation they need and deserve. Myths trivialize the magnitude of the emotional pain that adoptees feel as a result of being relinquished. This causes adoptees additional, unnecessary suffering that leaves them feeling invisible, objectified, and invalidated.
Creative Outlets for Busy Parents
In this course, you will learn ways to add creativity into your everyday life as a busy parent. I will guide you into digging deep into establishing a realistic creative practice that is inspired by your children and the small moments of parenting.