Navigating mornings with children can be difficult for all parents — but even more so when our children have big emotions. Dealing with irritability and procrastination can mean a stressful and negative start to everyone’s day.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why morning routines can be especially difficult for children with big emotions
- What kids really need from their parents in the mornings
- Two Long Game Parenting strategies that reduce family stress and build your child’s independence for long-term success.
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