Emotional Regulation

054: Three reasons not to say “You’re OK!”

By Jen Lumanlan | Dec 31, 2017

Discover the significance of emotional regulation in children and the potential impact of saying “You’re OK” after a fall in this brief yet informative episode. Explore the importance of validating your child’s emotions for their healthy emotional development.

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052: Grit: The unique factor in your child’s success?

By Jen Lumanlan | Dec 3, 2017

Delve into the concept of “grit” and its impact on achieving success, as advocated by Professor Angela Duckworth. Uncover the importance of grit in personal and academic accomplishments, gain insights into nurturing grit in children, and explore its role and limitations in securing success.

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050: How to raise emotionally healthy boys

By Jen Lumanlan | Nov 5, 2017

Explore the effects of societal expectations on boys’ emotional well-being and gain insights into promoting healthy emotional development in your son through an engaging conversation with Dr. Judy Chu and guest Alan Turkus.

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045: How parenting affects child development

By Jen Lumanlan | Aug 13, 2017

Discover how parenting and the marital relationship significantly impact child development and academic performance with insights from Dr. Laura Froyen, a Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies.

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024: How (and when) does my child understand fairness?

By Jen Lumanlan | Feb 5, 2017

We talked a while ago about sharing, and how you can understand the developmental processes that your child needs to go through before s/he truly understands what it means to share. One of the inputs to sharing behavior is an understanding of what is fair, and Drs. Peter Blake and Katie McAuliffe talk us through…

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