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Relational Book for Parenting, Part 3: Witnessing Our Children’s Difficult Emotions

Is rushing in to fix our children’s emotional challenges about ending their discomfort, or ours?

Witnessing and supporting the difficult emotions of our children helps them learn to self-regulate in the back and forth of relating.

Here’s a comic strip from our book The Relational Book for Parenting.

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From The Relational Book for Parenting:

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OUR SERIES:

The Relational Book for Parenting, Part 1: Where Are Our Feelings Created?

The Relational Book for Parenting, Part 2: Labeling Our Emotions

The Relational Book for Parenting, Part 3: Witnessing Our Children’s Difficult Emotions

The Relational Book for Parenting, Part 4: We Live the Stories We Tell

The Relational Book for Parenting, Part 5: Tracking the Powerful Influence of Context

The Relational Book for Parenting, Part 6: Why Is Play The Answer for Businesses and Families Alike?

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Here’s a two minute video on the Relational Book for Parenting. If you’d like, pick up a copy of our book at Amazon.com.

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Author THE LITTLE #METOO BOOK FOR MEN https://www.amazon.com/dp/0983466963 Writer/speaker on inclusion, masculinity. BBC, New York Times- http://remakingmanhood

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