Category: Parenting

Parent Club Weekly Email 9/19/22: A step-by-step plan to help with aggression

YOUR VIDEO: Aggression is an Emotional Project Aggression is a signal of big hurt and fear and this Project requires using ALL the tool. How to make a plan for this emotional project. https://youtu.be/rv1UY0FOKjw YOUR ARTICLE:  Helping Children With Aggression Here are some simple steps you can follow to help a child who becomes aggressive…....

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Couple : unis face au tumulte de la parentalité

Couple : unis face au tumulte de la parentalité

Un article traduit de l’anglais par Sophie Menard, formatrice certifiée Hand in Hand Ah, nos enfants ! C’est débordants de joie et d’enthousiasme que nous les avons accueillis dans nos vies, en tant que parents… Nous avions hâte de leur offrir tout notre amour et de faire grandir notre amour en tant que couple à

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Les pères sont des parents de première importance

Les pères sont des parents de première importance

Un article traduit de l’anglais par Chloé Saint Guilhem, formatrice certifiée Hand in Hand Les enfants aiment leur papa ! Tes enfants adorent entendre ta voix, te voir passer la porte, s’asseoir à côté de toi à table et jouer avec toi aussi longtemps que tu peux jouer. Un père que je connais m’a raconté

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Parent Club Weekly Email 6/6/22: Understanding what drives aggression is the first step to helping your child stop

YOUR VIDEO: An Aggressive Child is A Scared Child When your child shows you he’s scared by lashing out, he is asking for your help. The behavior he uses as his flare isn’t his choice, it’s a distress signal, saying, “I’m in trouble here!”   It’s time to connect!   If we can see our child…...

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How can you stop a child hitting, boy looking sad

A Parent Asks, How Do I Stop 3-Year-Old-Hitting?

A mama asked me recently what she should do when her child hits her? How do you make a child stop hitting? It’s a great question, because the key part to remember is that we are responsible for making the behaviour stop. Actually making it stop, as opposed to telling your three-year-old to stop hitting.

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parenting your strong-willed child

Why Traditional Discipline Methods Won’t Work With A Strong-Willed Child, And What You Can Do Instead.

Who is this strong-willed child? The strong willed child is an elusive creature. He can assume many shapes and is known by many names, from the affectionate “spunky” and “spirited” to sterner terms such as  “naughty” and “oppositional”. Teachers and educators might consider this child the “troublemaker.” Parents and relatives might call them their “problem

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Parent Club Weekly Email 1/24/22: Play Diffuses Power Struggles

YOUR VIDEO: Playlistening: Play that Creates Cooperation PLAY with their resistance. LISTEN for the laughter.  You get connection, and often more cooperation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTC6Au4yZPQ&feature=youtu.be YOUR ARTICLE: Building Connection with your child through Play Playlistening eases tensions and helps parent and child dissolve power struggles and daily upsets. https://www.handinhandparenting.org/article/build-connection-with-your-child-through-play-playlistening/ BULLET-POINT TIPS TO TACK ON YOUR FRIDGE…  …...

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