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Hello friend! In today's solo episode, I discuss what it means to be an emotionally aware parent.
We are having the Emotionally Aware Parent Challenge over at Wondergrade (I am the co-founder of this company). You can sign up with the link below:
Many parents tell me they easily snap at their kids or often feel their emotions go from 0-100. Working on our emotional awareness helps us recognize aspects of our environment that lead to strong emotions (both positive or negative/uncomforable).
I walk you through 2 questions you can ask yourself this week and 4 skills you can work on to become an emotionally aware parent.
Here are the resources I mention in today's episode:
Podcast episode about our inner voice:
Podcast episode about mindfulness and self-compassion:
Podcast episode: Why Am I yelling at my kids?
Research Publication: The Structure of Emotional Experience and Its Relation to Trait Emotional Awareness: A Theoretical Review:
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