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Parenting with LagosMums: 12 Online Safety Tips Every Parent Needs to Know
Our children are online, we cannot avoid it. Online safety is a priority for every child. Parents are the best teachers, so we advise that parents spend time teaching and guiding children about how to stay safe online. The internet has a lot of benefits but the reality is that there is also a host of online safety tips every child needs to know.
1. A stranger online is still a stranger.
2. Not all news and stories you read are true as fake news is rampant on the internet.
3. Everything you do online leaves a trail, you build your digital assets with every comment, picture and interaction online.
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Reparenting: a tool to thrive
Welcome to another episode of Abundant Living for mums podcast. In this episode we will talk about Reparenting. What does it mean? It means paying attention to your younger self and noting that he or she still exists inside of you. When you get used to understanding that every emotion, thought and feeling comes from somewhere deep inside you, then you can react in a way that ensures you will thrive. It takes skill but once you learn the concept of reparenting you will love it. —————- For more you can contact me on Instagram @lagosmums or @yettywilliams or visit the website at lagosmums.com. Subscribe on anchor.fm or iTunes or any other platform where you listen to your podcasts.
5 Myths of Parenting During these uncertain times
Welcome to another episode of Abundant Living for mums podcast, in this episode I want us to talk about 5 myths of parenting during these uncertain times. Parenting has been on a real 24/7 round the clock mode! And many families, parents and children are learning new things about themselves at this time. Some families are navigating the changes seamlessly enough, while some others are taking the time to make necessary changes.
Some of the myths of parenting during this time include: You do not need to talk to your children about what is going on, online learning is easy, relationships are not going through any changes at this time, your parenting style is "fixed" or it doesn't need to change and lastly that children are not affected by what is going on. Which of these myths do you think applies to you or your family?
Everyone needs to pay attention to their mental health and prioritize self-care during high stress and uncertain times such as these.
How are you really doing? I would love to know what you have found out about your parenting, relationships and children at this time? Are you needing to pause and reset or is it life as usual? We are all in this together and will get through it!
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Having the Right Mindset During Uncertain Times
It is more important than ever to have the right mindset during uncertain times.
Right now most families are spending more time together than ever before and the words that you speak and the actions you take as parents can set the tone in your home. Essentially all parents are getting a bit of a report card at this time, how well are you getting along and offering a safe space for everyone's mental health.
Rather than focus on what you cannot control, focus on what you do control, which are your thoughts and your attitude.
Maximize the current situation with a focus on a better future! Learn to communicate as a family and use this time to bond.
There are so many ways to grow even during these difficult times.
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Conflict resolution in the home
During these uncertain times and through the lockdown, family members are at home together. There could be more tension in the home at this time and learning how to resolve conflict with emotional intelligence is critical. In this episode we talk about practical ways to manage differences. Be sure to listen to the past episode on parenting through the pandemic. For more follow @lagosmums and @yettywilliams on Instagram.
Parenting during the Coronavirus pandemic
This is certainly an unusual time in the world. We are all affected in some way or the other by the Coronavirus pandemic. While we do not control that what we do control is our attitude and mindset at this time. Remember that your children are feeding off your energy! So stay calm and use this time positively. You can follow @lagosmums and @yettywilliams on Instagram and visit the website at lagosmums.com for more information.