In this episode, John provides parenting tips from the new neuroscience, developmental psychology, attachment theory, and his own experience as a parent.
If you are not a parent, you can still apply these tips to your romantic relationship, friendships, and even to yourself!
You’ll learn how to better regulate your own and your child’s emotions and how you can help your child to develop better tools for self-regulation.
“Kids develop expressive pathways before they develop regulating pathways and they build theirs based on how you comfort them” – John Howard
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“Have family meetings and give kids a chance to give you feedback on what it’s like to be a kid in your home. This empowers them and teaches them about healthy emotional outlets.” – John Howard
- Half the battle of parenting is managing your own anxiety
- Make relaxing a collaborative experience
- How to tell if you are suffering from anxiety
- Tend to visceral regulation
- Provide emotional support
- Help your kids build their “relational map”
- Take an interest in your kids’ internal lives
- Provide Emotional Support