October 18th, 2019
Parenting without power struggles
Do you sometimes find yourself arguing and negotiating, explaining or rationalising with your child? Does it sometimes seem as if your child is running the show? Or have you found yourself unintentionally saying harsh things to your children or punishing, bribing or threatening them? Would you like to be lovingly, competently in charge at home?
Listen to this episode with Susan Stiffelman if you want to learn:
In our celebration of vulnerability and perfect imperfection Susan shares with us ideas about learning, healing and self-acceptance arising out of Low Parenting Moments.
And you’ll enjoy her final tip for raising children to be confident, happy and successful: reflect on what you love about your child, what excites you and delights you about your child. Let them know. This is what Descriptive Praise is all about. Learn more in our positive parenting courses.
To get in touch with Susan Stiffelman:
and for a free report on avoiding power struggles, https://susanstiffelman.com/
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