Like adults, kids and teenagers have different coping strategies for their emotions. They might throw a tantrum, slam doors, overeat, or lock themselves in their rooms. How do you react when you see these behaviors? Do you try to correct or change it? If your child is irritated or experiencing another negative emotion, this could be an opportunity to boost… Read More
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Does your home feel like a pressure cooker these days? You might be noticing more door-slamming, resistance, and general grumpiness coming from your kids. Many of us thought this increase in time together would lead to more connection, but it hasn’t. We all have needs and emotions. The difference with children is that they don’t have the vocabulary to express… Read More
How do you want to feel during this pandemic? Even though you may be feeling anxious, you probably want to feel loved, at peace, and hopeful, right? Well, you can feel those positive emotions just by choosing what you want to believe. My husband and son choose their beliefs based on logic; I choose mine based on how I want… Read More
If you’re sharing your space with children and teenagers right now, you’re probably dealing with the fallout of everything they’ve lost. Like you, they’re experiencing a whole range of emotions. And, like you, they may be struggling to acknowledge their feelings and work through them. Today, I’m joined by NY Times Bestselling author Rachel Macy Stafford. Rachel knows a lot… Read More
Have you always suspected that you feel things more strongly than others? Sound, temperature, hunger, and other people’s emotions might all seem like they’re turned on high. Twenty percent of the population falls into this category of being highly sensitive. Today, I’m joined by speaker and coach, Jaya Rose, who also happens to be highly sensitive like me. Jaya is… Read More