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Powerful ways To Solve Your child’s sleep issues using the Hand in Hand Tools Your kid is going crazy about taking a bath. Just won’t. You wrangle and wrestle. It’s nearly bedtime after all. You
In this week’s podcast, we’re talking those times that kids’ words get negative. You probably never imagined words like these erupting from your child’s mouth. Dark. Venomous. Hurtful words. But here they are. “I hate
The three ideas in this podcast will help you respond well to your child’s anxiety “Mom, I can’t go to camp today. I have a stomachache.” This is the third time this week your child
You may have heard about how your tenacious, persistent, negotiating go-getter is developing the skills he or she needs to be a great leader in the future, but daily parenting a strong-willed child can feel
This week, Abigail and Elle respond to a listener who has a 5-year-old picky eater. How can she get her to eat more than a few reliable foods? Elle talks about her own process parenting
Does it seem like one minute you were waiting for your baby to take its first steps, and now you are watching him or her as a tween marching out the door, bursting with independence?
Why are we always compelled to start a new year with a list of resolutions that even a saint would be hard-pressed to keep up with? If there’s one thing every good parent is good
So, you want your kids to walk in the door, hang their jacket, unpack their bags, eat quickly and get back out the door, freshly changed, for practice. But right now you are at, well,
The holiday season is rolling around fast. Whether it’s Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, or New Years these festive times exist to bring family together. And while the holidays can be fun and merry events, for many
Psychologist and parenting expert Ross Greene coined quite the term when he said that “Kids do well when they can,” but isn’t exactly the same true of parents? Reframing your past could be the key
Sleep. It’s up there with eating and tantrums as a stress-causing subject for parents. And isn’t there just so many ideas, action plans and tools for change online or offered by well-meaning grandparents, caregivers,
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
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?
Are 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 behaviours that signal an emotional project, and
Join us this week for part two of a three-part series on emotional projects. Last week Abigail and Elle got to talking about a child’s rigid behaviors – those times when they get “stuck” on