Episode 263

It’s our instinct to try to help our children when they are upset, but what do we do when they won’t tell us what’s wrong?

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why a child might not tell us why they are upset
  • What kids REALLY need from parents when they are sad, anxious, or annoyed
  • How to address our own concerns so our kids can build resilience and healthy self-esteem


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