In the May edition of the Monthly Special Episode I am joined with a new colleague Marilupe de la Calle who I had a pleasure meeting in person recently.
We have 3 segments:
- Examples from Our Homes
- What’s Up with You? Answering listener parenting questions
- Favorite Finds
Marilupe shares how she was able to do a deep listening session one day at her children’s gymnastics place. How was she able to give of her loving attention to both girls at the same time? Then she shares a parenting fail and how it helped her to bring some unconscious stuff to the surface through a listening partnership.
I share a failed attempt at connecting and listening to my daughter’s big feelings one day after school.
Segment 2: We answer a couple of questions on potty language, and we share a step by step process of how you can listen to your children’s big feelings.
Segment 2: We answer your questions.
- the fear of abandonment in children and how real it can be
- what our children actually need from us when they are experiencing big emotions
- why it really doesn’t matter what your child is crying about
- what you need to know about pretext cry
- how to repair after a rupture
- how can you “craft” your compassionate response that matches the intensity of your child’s feelings (this is HUGRE!)
- is potty language normal?
- playful and creative ways to deal with “bad” words (it’s not what you expect)
A great companion for this episode is How To Stay C.A.L.M. in The Moment from our catalog. A must listen! In which we explore practical strategies that will help YOU to remain present and respond to your children’s big feelings.
About my guest
Marilupe is a Mexican mom living in the US with my husband and my two amazing girls. She is a certified Hand in Hand Parenting instructor.
Resources and links
Here is the April’s Monthly Special Episode.
Follow me on Instagram where I share things I don’t share anywhere else.
Here are the books we have recommended in this episode:
Anna’s find: The Dance of Anger
Marilupe’s suggestion: Belonging
Another great book suggestion all about becoming a more playful parent by L. Cohen Playful Parenting.
An episode we mentioned from our catalog called Why “Hate” is Not a Bad Word
Here are a couple of additional articles on bad words and potty language.
A great podcast for kids. Wow in The World
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