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Resources for parenting and raising emotionally intelligent children
‘¿Cómo puedes animar a un niño a perseguir metas nobles? Josh Freedman y May Duong discuten la importancia de tomar en serio las ideas de los niños y no tener miedo de preguntarles a los niños qué aportan al mundo.’
Jay Grant shares a story about a time he got really angry with his kids – and the lessons he learned reflecting on it that he hopes will help him be more measured in the future. A healthy look at self-compassion and recognizing patterns.
Michele Royan and Josh Freedman talk about the challenge of recognizing the patterns we fall into as parents, like a morning routine that consistently causes stress for everyone. And also the amazing opportunity we have as parents to make a choice to examine and change those patterns.
CEO Josh Freedman sits down with Ramona and John Miranda to talk about extrinsic motivators, feedback styles and levels of autonomy – and how they all relate to each other and to kids developing a healthy sense of intrinsic motivation.
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Barbara Fatum and Josh Freedman talk about the challenge for parents of walking side-by-side with their children, as opposed to in front of them. An amazing conversation about parenting, power, autonomy, and self-awareness.
The expectations for kids’ involvement in constant activities seems to grow every year, and this causes a lot of stress for parents. Barbara Fatum and Josh Freedman discuss this trend that many of us feel – and what we can do about it. For more tools for parents after watching the video, check out this […]
La psicóloga Susan Pinker comparte los hallazgos de su investigación acerca de lo que se necesita para vivir hasta los 100 años y más allá incluso, pero los indicadores principales no son los que ella esperaba encontrar.