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Episode Info: Welcome to the fourth and final installment in our series about school, and how it can screw up your child, and how to make sure that that does not happen! Today we discuss the dangers that come with someone feeling continually assessed, judged, and evaluated. I work really hard to give you ideas to overcome this challenge. Plus in Parenting News: I share about this documentary that I first watched in college as a human development major. (Based on this documentary… Some of what’s in the other is also here, but there is more here that is not covered in the other. I recommend watching them both!) Recently it came up again, and I’m excited because I get to share with you today! Also! If you can be at the Bancroft Memorial Library in Hopedale, Massachusetts this coming Saturday 12/7 between noon and 3 PM, come say hi – I’ll be there as an author in their local authors book fair : ) Join us! Sign up for my Weekly Parenting Newsletter Each Wednesday I send out a Parenting Newsletter, to help you stay sane while raising your kiddos. Past editions have included how to make it so your child wins the parent lottery (even if you did not), and helping when your child is frightened. Useful stuff. Click weturnedoutokay.com/weekly so it zooms right into your inbox each week! Today’s episode is sponsored by the amazing Janine Halloran, expert in teaching kids coping skills, who has created a great resource to help your child handle it when the going gets tough! Listen to today’s show to find out how to get 15% off your order, and then Click copingskillsforkids.com/okay to check out Janine’s Coping Skills for Kids Cue Card Decks. Link to this post: weturnedoutokay.com/307 What’s the solution? We can help a child not feel assessed, judged, or evaluated by:Teaching them that they will be loved, no matter what. Fred Rogers talks about how people need to feel loved and accepted, regardless of our accomplishments. He talks in a commencement speech about the parents who “smiled you into smiling, talked to you into talking, loved you into loving.” It brought tears to my eyes (it still is doing that : ) Key Links: Click here for episode 298, the first in this series; here for episode 301, the second in this series; and here for episode 304, the third in this series on how to stop school from screwing up your child. Join our Facebook group, and get access to everything that goes on in there including the weekly Magic Words for Parents by clicking here. Click here for my conversation with Biz and Theresa from the wonderful podcast, One Bad Mother, episode 297 of We Turned Out Okay. Click here for my conversation with George Popham, executive Director of Baystate Learning Center. Click here for episode 134, my conversation with Gift of Failure author Jess Lahey. Click here for episode 300, a roundtable that included beloved guests and returning champions, veteran preschool teacher Tricia Tomaso, and coping skills expert Janine Halloran. Click weturne...
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