Episode 270

Sometimes when our kids have big emotions or big reactions, we handle it with confidence and patience… but other times, we respond with frustration and annoyance. It may seem like it would be impossible to react consistently when we don’t always know how our kids are going to act or feel! However, when our reactions are predictable to our kids, it actually helps THEM be more resilient. And it’s much easier to respond predictably than you’d think.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • How OUR reactions foster more resilience in our children 
  • What it’s like from a child’s perspective when we react differently based on our mood 
  • A simple plan that will allow you to immediately become more predictable


Mentioned in or related to this episode: 

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Join the “Raising Resilience” membership

Free resource: Understanding and managing Yuck and the Yuck Curve

Your Parenting Long Game Episode 216: When Your Child Struggles With Parties Or Other Events
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 244: Breaking the “Frustration / Guilt” Cycle
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 251: Why Our Level of Influence Depends on Our Level Of Yuck

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