The Mother Company is hosting a series of parenting talks with experts to help support parents during this pandemic.
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Learn tips from parenting legend, Betsy Brown Braun, on how to get through these most stressful times, without taking it out on your kids.
Wynne Tyree, from the research firm Smarty Pants, is here to share a large study of kids 6-17 and the shifts that have occurred (and continue to occur) in children’s lives since COVID and how, as parents, we can use this research to understand our children better and find ways to course correct.
Christine Carter PhD, author of “The New Adolescence” and “Raising Happiness” talks to us about sheltering in place and how this pandemic is especially hard on teens, tips for coping as a parent during these really difficult and uncertain times and how to connect and communicate meaningfully.
How do we talk to kids about this pandemic? How can we thoughtfully answer their questions when we have so many ourselves? From parent of toddler to teen, Dr. Cara Natterson is here to help guide us to communicate the importance and gravity of the situation without causing panic and anxiety.
Grief counselor, Laura Watts, shares helpful advice on how parents and caregivers can talk to children about death, what to expect if they are experiencing grief after a loss and ways to support the child going forward.
PRESENTS! The children have been waiting all year. But how can parents give to their kids without nurturing a sense of entitlement? Parenting expert, Betsy Brown Braun kicks in some great tips and scripts to help parents counter the excessive expectations of the Holidays.
Flabbergasted at how different your child is from you? Award-winning author Andrew Solomon, shares his thoughts on the moral imperative of accepting your child for exactly who s/he is and is not.
Child development specialist, Gila Brown explains how parental attention meets an important developmental need in young children and offers tips for dealing with clingy or negative attention-seeking behavior in kids.
What does it mean when your child prefers one parent over the other? The Good Cop/Bad Cop phase can be a challenging one for families. We spoke to Eileen Kennedy-Moore PhD about how to work through it and avoid this parenting trap!