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How to raise happy and resilient children
Erin Leonard Ph.D.
The daily responsibilities of running a family often leave parents feeling stressed, overwhelmed, and like they're barely holding things together. Six simple things can help.
Do you spend a lot of time beating yourself up? The ability to let yourself off the hook effectively is relieving and freeing. Take two steps towards self-empathy and find peace.
Back to school anxieties are normal. Helping your child quiet these worries allows them to start the school year confidently. Three simple techniques help with this process.
Raise a child with a solid work ethic and a tendency to appreciate. It's a simple switch in mind set, but it guarantees a lifetime of closeness and peace with your child.
Are you profoundly devastated after a break-up or rejection? There is a reason for it, and understanding it is critical.
Has your child suddenly lost confidence? Are statements like "I'm a terrible person" and "I can't do anything right" cropping up? If so, they may be in an unhealthy friendship.
A child's worries do not usually go away on their own. Often they intensify and become generalized. These 6 steps help a parent minimize their child's anxiety.
A narcissist can manipulate you into believing you are the problem. It is painful, especially when kids are involved. Here are 5 tips to help.
A personal account of adoption and the unconventional philosophy born from it.
If it is not handled correctly, disappointment can jeopardize a child's self-esteem. A list of dos and don'ts guarantees that a parent cultivates resilience in their child.
A common complaint of parents is, “He just won’t talk to me.” Achieving a close parent/child relationship is possible with the right approach.
Erin Leonard, Ph.D. is a practicing psychotherapist and the author of three books about relationships and parenting.