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Mastermind Parenting Podcast

Jul 9, 2018

In this episode, I discuss the 3 things we should stop saying as parents as well as; how EMPATHY is always the replacement. I teach how to effectively model empathy with your kids in a few typical scenarios.

 Topics covered:

  • Empathy

  • Skinned knee responses

  • Bad test score responses

  • Dads and sons and crying

  • Responding with respect and empathy when your child’s upset and what that looks like

  • Why crying can feel embarrassing for many adults

  • When you’ve warned your child that their behavior will have a negative outcome and they ignore you



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