Episode 225

If you are raising a child with big emotions, you know how upset they can get when things don’t go their way. Their lack of flexibility may impact many areas of our lives, from mealtimes to sibling interactions…even vacations and other family activities.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why children with big emotions insist things go their way (it’s not just that they’re selfish!)
  • What they need in order to be more flexible
  • How the Long Game Method can help you work with your child’s brain instead of against it


Mentioned in or related to this episode: 


Your Parenting Long Game Episode 222: 3 Questions to Ask for More Positive Vacations with Big Emotion Children
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 201: Why Big Feeling Children Act so Dramatic
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 81: How to Raise Children With Healthy Self-Esteem (But Not a Sense of Entitlement)


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