How does one mom handle it, when she finds her daughters throwing dirt at each other?
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No matter the season, there's always an opportunity for kids to come into conflict with other kids.
Whether siblings, cousins, classmates or just somebody at the playground, mean words, pushing, and other acts of frustration or aggression abound.
So, do we parents just have to live with it, put up with the bickering and hard feelings?
This masterclass is a distillation of three months' worth of work in the private, online community I run for parents of young children.
During April, May, and June 2019 we dove headfirst into the problems real parents really experience, and how to alleviate it when kids aren't getting along.
Today I'm bringing you behind the scenes, directly into the Ninja Parenting Community, sharing the information you need to help your kids actually get along!
Some of these ideas may seem unconventional, and likely (unless you are a member of NPC) they are new to you, but they REALLY work.
In fact we finish out with a success story! How does one mom handle it, when she finds her daughters throwing dirt at each other?
Find out in this episode of We Turned Out Okay!
Plus in Parenting News: This article in the Atlantic, on Fred Rogers (of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood) and how he approached speaking with children, is one of those articles I wanted to hug to my chest <3
I share why in today's Parenting News segment.
Plus I read my recent review of Audrey Monke's wonderful book, Happy Campers!
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And thank you so much for listening!
Today's episode is brought to you by…
You, if you have purchased one of my parenting books! I write books that help parents truly enjoy family time, by sharing tools and formulas that you can use to change your child's behavior from bad to good, and also that help you feel happy inside.
Go to weturnedoutokay.com/books to check them out!