135: Celebrating Your Child’s Neurodiversity (with Debbie Reber)
About This Episode:
Many parents try so hard to get their children to behave and to fit in, but often this misguided attempted at “good parenting” leads to stress for both the parent and child. Everyone child is wired differently and isn't it about time that we stopped trying to fit square pegs into round holes? Listen to this interview to learn how to support and celebrate your child's uniqueness and neurodiversity.
What You'll Learn:
- Why it's critical that you stop trying to fix your child and instead be curious about who they really are and how they want to show up in the world.
- What it means to be neurodiverse and twice exceptional.
- Why you should celebrate your children’s non-conformity and non-compliance.
- How to let your child be a mover and a shaker.
- And much more…
Links From This Episode:
- Vibrant Happy Women Club
- Differently Wired by Debbie Reber
- Quiet by Susan Cain
- Unconditional Parenting by Alfie Kohn
- The Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes
- Yoga with Adrienne
- Thai Chicken Curry Recipe
- The Bachelor (American television series on ABC)
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