Episode 237

Kids with big emotions are often impacted by the tone we use when we speak to them, especially when we’re correcting them… and even sometimes when we’re not! Recognizing children’s responses to our tone can reduce cycles of Yuck that currently keep us stuck.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why our tone does affect children with big emotions
  • Why we do have to consider our tone, but we don’t have to walk on eggshells to make sure we don’t upset them 
  • What truly builds resilience so that children are less impacted by how people speak to them 


Mentioned in or related to this episode: 

Your Parenting Long Game Episode 226: One Small Change That Has a Big Impact on You and Your Child With Big Emotions
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 93: Why Respectful Parenting Builds MORE Resilience, Not Less
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 212: When Big Emotions Aren’t Loud (And Look Like Worrying, Sensitivity to Criticism, Low Confidence)
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 44: How to Find More Energy
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 85: A Formula for Firm and Respectful Responses



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