When children's behavior is difficult, parents need support, good information, and practical tools to reduce stress, understand their child's emotions, and build cooperation and warm connection in the family. Join Elle Kwan and Abigail Wald as they share the Hand in Hand Parenting approach with useful examples and stories from real parents like you.
What's Next? How About a Mind Flip
Now that the Hand in Hand podcast is on hiatus, are you wondering where to get parenting support direct to your eats? You're invited to join Abigail during the hiatus for her Mother Flipping Awesome podcast where she does a deep dive with one mama in each show. And you get to listen in.
Handling the Halloween Howls Using the Hand in Hand Tools
Elle and Abigail show you how to handle common Halloween howls using the Hand in Hand tools. Settle back with your pumpkin latte and get tricks you can use to make Halloween happier.
Here's a sneak peek:
What happens to a child’s brain when they are melting down and how you can respond in a way that reaches and nurtures
Abigail's genius route to peaceful resolutions when two or more kids are going at it
How to play your way out of scare season fear and even anger
You're Invited To The 100th Episode Podcast Party - Starring YOU
With comments that'll make you laugh, comments that'll have you nodding your head, and comments that will surely tug at your heartstrings...
You're telling us how your perspectives are shifting, and with them, your struggles. We hear how you are becoming more playful with your kids and more understanding.
Your good work is a force for change - and it's so powerful!
This week, we hear from you - the Hand in Hand Podcast Parents - we're so excited to share this episode with you!
How Far Have You Come in Your Parenting?
Where were you two years ago in parenting?
Sometimes we get so caught up in the present-day challenges we forget to look back and see the progress we've made. So this week, we challenge you to take a turn - as we do too.
What have been your best mommy moments?
The Best Ways to Rise Strong After Mom Shame
Abigail describes the gut-wrenching time she got mom-shamed during one of her most desperate times in parenting.
She explains the exact advice she got that helped her rise strong and move on, and we talk about how you can too.
Bounce back from parent shame. Join us this week for The Best Ways to Rise Strong After Mom Shame.
What happens when you want to walk out on parenting?
So, today we’re talking about the less sunny side of parenting. And when we say less sunny, we really mean those dark, never-ending winter-like days that are bleak, lonely and cold.
- At least three things you can try when things get tough
- How to find peace in parenting lightly when life is overwhelming
- One tool you must try to find hope in the hard moments
If you’ve ever dared think you can’t go on with parenting listen in this week.
Elle & Abigail, hosts of the Hand in Hand Parenting podcast, highlight all aspects of parenting and more in this can’t miss podcast! The hosts and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Elle and Abigail, hosts of the Hand in Hand Parenting podcast, highlight all aspects of parenting and more in this can’t miss podcast! The hosts and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
What has this podcast done for me?
This podcast is so refreshing. I experience the Mom rage and I have aggressive kiddos and I need this calm and collected point of view! COME BACK!