LIVE Q&A SERIES // Kids verbally abusing sibling, boundaries vs limits, negative self-talk, "shut up!", teaching empathy


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Welcome back to our LIVE Q&A SERIES on the podcast where we use the audio from our weekly Instagram LIVE videos. A few of the topics we cover this episode:

- What is parenting for sanity + social change?
- Self-care to then care for our kids
- Transition issues - our expectations vs lack of skills
- Parent struggling to leave 8 mo with caregiver
- Our kids' freedom to speak
- Conflict avoidant parents
- 5 yo "verbally abuses" 3 yo
- How to support kids in boundary-setting
- Parent win w/ 2.5 year old
- Kids fighting over a toy, won't share
- Boundaries vs. limits
- 3 yo throws toys, working on self regulation
- 7 yo says he "wants to die"
- Kid yelling "shut up!" to parents
- Kids sensitive to empathy + validation
- How to get kids to confide in us

Tune in and connect on our LIVE Q&As, every Tuesday AND Thursday at 5PM PST on Instagram. Catch up on past LIVE session on our IGTV tab. As always, we laugh, we cry, we lean in… join us!

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