Resilience: Cultivating A Secure Relationship Raising Good Humans

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What do we do when our kid isn't invited to a birthday party, or doesn't get a part they wanted in the school play? In this episode of Raising Good Humans Premium, we explore the importance of cultivating secure relationships with your kids as a foundation of resilience. Teaching your kids that they can tackle Manageable Threats, and that they have your support, is key. We'll dive into several ways to foster a secure relationship, like being attuned to your child’s emotional needs and providing them with a sense of autonomy and competence. Tune in!

Produced by Dear Media

Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical or psychological advice. This information is for educational and purposes only. No material used for this podcast is intended to be a substitute for medical advice, mental health diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical or mental health condition or treatment. Never adjust, change, or disregard professional medical or mental health advice due to information received through this podcast.

What do we do when our kid isn't invited to a birthday party, or doesn't get a part they wanted in the school play? In this episode of Raising Good Humans Premium, we explore the importance of cultivating secure relationships with your kids as a foundation of resilience. Teaching your kids that they can tackle Manageable Threats, and that they have your support, is key. We'll dive into several ways to foster a secure relationship, like being attuned to your child’s emotional needs and providing them with a sense of autonomy and competence. Tune in!

Produced by Dear Media

Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical or psychological advice. This information is for educational and purposes only. No material used for this podcast is intended to be a substitute for medical advice, mental health diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical or mental health condition or treatment. Never adjust, change, or disregard professional medical or mental health advice due to information received through this podcast.

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