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Learning to accept, regulate, and tolerate emotional challenges
Alissa Jerud Ph.D.
Here are four ways to cope.
Try breathing in "choose" and out "love."
That doesn't mean our anxiety has to consume us.
As parents, we are uniquely positioned to change the world.
Want to create a world where people don't have to say #MeToo? Start letting kids know that their thoughts and feelings matter.
New research claiming time-out is not harmful for kids is flawed and misleading.
Do you welcome your children's most distressing emotions without trying to change them? This is the kind of love that the world needs now.
Do you feel overwhelmed when your child has a tantrum? A shift in how you perceive these challenging moments may help.
Does stress seem part and parcel of being a parent? Recent research suggests that it may be time to change the status quo.
Safety behaviors. They sound like a good thing, right? However, recent research suggests that safety behaviors may not be as helpful as they sound.
Alissa Jerud, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania.