How Parenting Triggers Past Hurts (and What You Can Do About It) – Replay for Parents

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Join Certified Instructors Sandra Flear and Robin Setchko for this replay of a previous free parenting call for parents and professionals. During this call they discussed what interpersonal neurobiology is teaching us about how early memories are formed, and how parenting can re-stimulate difficult early experiences in parents.

They also discussed how these experiences are repaired, and how listening partnerships between parents work. This powerful tool can help us lessen the reactivity we feel when we’re re-stimulated so we can respond calmly and lovingly to our children.

After this replay, you’ll walk away with a better understanding of how our brains work, and how neuroplasticity can lend some hope to changing old patterns.

More From the Hand in Hand Toolbox:

Get a personalized game plan for your family’s unique challenges by scheduling a one on one consultation with one of our certified instructors.

Every parent faces hidden triggers, learn how this parent discovered what her hidden trigger was and how she overcame it.

Ready to take the first step towards calmer parenting? Learn more about the importance of Listening Partnerships and start Building a Listening Partnership today! To find a listening partner join our Facebook group or email discussion group.

If you enjoy these free parenting call replays then you will love our Hand in Hand Parenting Podcast.

 

 

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