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We're talking about the many ways real parents can use Hand in Hand Parenting tools and what that looks like day to day, at your house and at our houses too.

Oct 16, 2018

Changes in routine or surroundings often trigger separation anxiety, and as parents, we often see it play out at daycare or school drop-off. And it's really no secret why. We rush to get out on time, we have our never-ending running to-do list chattering, and on top of that we see other children run off happily to meet...


Oct 9, 2018

Have you ever?

  • Watched as your child did something and then immediately blame someone else?
  • Heard, "I have no homework," from your child and then discovered it stuffed at the bottom of her school bag?
  • Had a parent come to you and congratulate you on your new car / your child's new triumph in soccer or trombone / or to...


Oct 2, 2018

Disappointed girlAre you shy of disappointing your kids?

Over the last few episodes, Abigail and Elle have been decoding emotional projects - in part one we looked at noticing behaviors which signal an emotional project, and in part two we spoke about when and how to work on an emotional project using the Hand in Hand tools.

Why it's OK...


Sep 25, 2018

This week we define how deep-rooted fears cause emotional projects, and how parents experience them as well as children.

 

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Sep 11, 2018

To share, or not to share, is that the question?

Two children holding a ball

So many parents in our parent groups and The Parent Club come to us with questions about sharing, it's a subject that we knew we had to cover!

Why is sharing such a hot-topic conversation?

Well, sharing brings on big feelings for parents and children and there are so...