We are continuing our series on the difficulty of loving difficult kids. In this episode we will uncover the biggest mistake parent can make which will make it even more difficult to look lovingly at a child who has suffered complex traumas.
Watch to the end and will will bust through 6 myths adoptive and foster parents buy into. When we bust through these myths this monumental task will get easier (not easy)
Adopted and foster kids can ask questions due to anxiety, control issues, or just a lack of skills. Here are some creative ideas I’ve used in my home and in my practice to help heal the underlying issues leading to this annoying problem. There are four creative... Read more
Potty Break – Dealing with the Holidays – Episode 13?- 9 powerful phrases that encourage kids to grieve Show Notes: In this episode Jennie and Lynn help parents with some practical tips to help their children engage in the grieving process. Learn the 5... Read more
Potty Break – Dealing with the Holidays – Episode 12 -?7 ?Interventions that Help When Children are Triggered by Old Trauma Show Notes: In this episode Jennie and Lynn help parents understand Trauma Triggers. Triggers can be any sensation, environment or... Read more
Potty Break – Dealing with the Holiday?s – Episode 11 – 4 simple tips to thrive despite your child?s limitations. Every child will become dysregulated when pushed beyond their limits. As parents we will can thrive during these times if we: Learn Your... Read more
In this episode we learn How to Keep Your Kid from Getting Hangry. Keeping children’s blood sugar consistent is one of the most often overlooked and most effective interventions for keeping dysregulated children calm and in control of themselves. Every small... Read more
Show Notes How do we become better at helping kids with self regulation struggles? Kids are going to struggle more during the holidays! There is often more change during this season than any other. There are school breaks, holiday parties, cooking, shopping, stress,... Read more