Episode 283

We know that it’s ideal to handle difficult parenting situations with patience and respect. But often when we’re tired or frustrated, our Yuck gets the best of us and we say and do things that we regret. And then, of course, we feel awful. But mistakes don’t need to make us feel guilty… in fact, making them can be quite helpful.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why it’s important to “mess up” as a parent 
  • An effective way to repair a relationship after we do something that hurts our child
  • How we can use our mistakes to help children take responsibility for themselves as well


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