Minimum Viable Parenting
About This Show
As parents, we have many questions and just about everywhere we turn - someone's got the answer! But how do you tease out what really matters? The MINIMUM VIABLE PARENTING framework is your guide to parenting essentials.
This framework is based on simple principles of child development and incorporates deep personal values we hold as parents. This is a podcast about the most essential skills parents need in order to raise children with confidence and intention, rather than based on random advice.
Join Julia Pappas, Psychologist and Parent Coach, on the mission towards informed parenting simplicity that works today and brings maximum impact for long-term sustainable relationship with our children.
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Most Recent Episode
033: Keeping Your Calm As a Parent
What to do if you tend to get so frustrated with your child that you lose your cool? Do you need a solution for those moments when you are just ready to explode? In this episode, find out: why it often feels that anger is too difficult to control what to focus on instead of wishing to stop being angry how to slow down time & ourselves enough space to respond rather than react how to stretch your continuum of feelings to see more opportunities for a re-set It is important to notice strong emotions as they gradually arise inside us and before they get so big they spill outside. This is usually where things have gone too far. But do not worry, there is a way to use past experiences as an opportunity to practice. We can retrace our steps and learn a new way of handling anger and other challenging emotions. Share this episode with others!Read more »
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Parenting from a place of wisdom
I am so impressed with the depth of this conversation on parenting! Not your regular tips and tricks, but a deep dive into human nature. Parenting definitely makes you question so many things in your life, and makes you take a look at yourself as a person.
Date published: 2017-11-09