What do we do when something really awful happened?
It makes sense that our kids would struggle when there's a death in the family, you're getting a divorce, or you've moved to a new place. This can show up in ways that make it really hard to get through the day, like:
- inability to sleep through the night;
- constant need for reassurance;
- frequent tantrums and meltdowns over "little" things;
- separation anxiety
(among other things). This psychologist-approved guide will help you support your kids — and yourself — so you can make it through this exceptionally hard season.
We include the information you really need, without a bunch of extra fluff. Because let's be real: when you're in a time of stress, the last thing you need is thick parenting book.
- Three things kids need to cope;
- The "TELL" method;
- Preventative measures you can take so kids get what they need *before* they start in with difficult behavior;
- How to support and validate your kids' feelings;
- Resources for getting professional help;
Digital copy, so you can use it, like, right now.
You'll also learn:
➼ Tips for talking to your kids in a way they truly understand
➼ The science behind this method of talking to kids, which is based on decades of attachment research