Kids & Family:Parenting
Successful adults are those who have learned how to be resilient. If you want your child to be successful in the future, you need to teach them how to be resilient.
Being resilient means helping them approach new situations and setbacks in positive, not negative, ways.
Some things that resilient children do:
The free skills on SmarterParenting.com help parents teach these vital traits to their children.
If you haven't checked out part 1 of this series, we recommend going back and listening to episode 167.
Ep # 187: Finding Bids for Connection From Our Children
Ep 186: My child has ADHD but also ODD. What do I do?
Ep # 185: How to Correct Negative Behaviors with My ADHD Child
Ep #184: Consequences, a Small Piece of the Parenting Puzzle
Ep #183: Customizing Chore Charts for your Child
Ep # 182 Building Confidence in Parenting
Ep # 181: Why You, as a Parent, Need Strength Based Tools
Ep # 180: Complex ADHD. What it is and how to help your child.
Ep # 179: How to help your child (and others) understand ADHD
Ep # 178: Overcoming Decision Paralysis
Ep # 177: How to Talk to Your Child About Current Events
Ep #176: A Guide to Roleplaying with your Child
Ep #175: Gifts, Quality Time, and Acts of Service ”Love Languages” Part 3
Ep #174: Touch and Words of Affirmation ”Love Languages” Part 2
Ep #173 Connecting Through ”Love Languages” Part 1
Ep #172: Combining the technical and artistic side of parenting
Ep #171: ADHD in adults
Ep #170: ADHD diagnosis and other issues
Ep #169: How Effective Praise can change relationships
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