Joyful Courage Parenting Podcast - - Listen in on Conversations with Todays Leading Parenting Experts!
About This Show
It takes a village to parent and the Joyful Courage Parenting Podcast creates that village. Be inspired, entertained and educated by a variety of parent educators and voices being interviewed each month on the show. We are all in this together folks!!
Most Recent Episode
Eps 64: Eric D. Green - 1 Awesome Dad Holding Space for the Peaceful Parenting Conversation
7 days ago
"I WANT TO SUPPORT YOUR EFFORTS IN ANY WAY I CAN. YOUR WORK ETHIC, SUPPORT, AND KNOWLEDGE ARE IMPRESSIVE AND AN INTEGRAL PART OF OF MY LIFE AS A PARENT AND PERSON RIGHT NOW." IF THE PODCAST MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR LIFE, IF IT IS SOMETHING YOU LOOK FORWARD TO EACH WEEK, CONSIDER BECOME A PATRON! WWW.PATREON.COM/JOYFULCOURAGE Today’s guest is Eric Greene, a father, husband and children’s rights activist. His work through his website, his Facebook group and private consultations focuses on peaceful parenting. As a father of one, his son has inspired him to explore parenting approaches that honor his desire to be the best parent he can be. His goal is to help improve the lives of children by helping parents learn better ways of raising children. Join us! “Peaceful parenting is not permissive, it’s setting limits and boundaries in a peaceful way.” What you’ll hear in this episode: What is peaceful parenting? How applicable is peaceful parenting to parents of more than one child? What does “Growing the pause” mean and how do you do it? Peaceful parenting as a practice and the need for repetition Recognizing peaceful parenting doesn’t change that kids are still kids The role of mindfulness in peaceful parenting How to be firm and still parent peacefully Building resiliency in your kids Mindset shifts in peaceful parenting – moving from trying to control your kids’ behavior to trying to control what’s going on within yourself The difference between peaceful and permissive parenting Practicing no buts” empathy Peaceful “parenting practices The value of “hugging it out” to find a solution Looking for opportunities to share power Common struggles among parents trying to parent peacefully Traditional gender roles and peaceful parenting Supporting your co-paren