63ATP – Positive things to say to your kids 1 (2)

Today we talk about this list of 66 positive things to say to your child.
Of course we don’t get through all of them in one sitting, but in this first part, you’ll learn, why it’s important to value all of your kids opinions, that it’s meaningful to let your child be able to say no andΒ  why it’s is so vital to talk about bravery and being able to spot, when your kid proves to be brave.

Build Confidence! 55 Positive Things To Say To Your Child

 

62ATP – Hard truths I’d like to know earlier

Some of those hard truths we discuss include:
Everyone we love is going to die.
and
Figure out a way or don’t complain.

We talk about our take on these sentences andΒ  we’ve got some hard truths of our own. πŸ˜‰

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54ATP – How to raise a happy successful cooperative child while disciplining less

Being a parent while yelling, threatening and punishing is neither fun nor good for your child.
Today we talk about different ways of parenting your kids with love, patience and effective strategies that make family life more peaceful and enjoyable.

53ATP – Self-defense for kids

Self- defense is a topic of growing importance for kids.
How can you prepare you kids for situations, they hopefully will never face?

Topics we cover:
What to do, when a stranger offers your kid a ride,
what to do, when you kids gets lost,
what do do, when in a difficult situation.

52ATP – How to deal with rejection – Mom, Tom didn’t invite me to his party!

Parents always have a hard time, when their kids have to face rejection and are desparete for good advice.
Our advice might not always help, but we came up with eight points to help relieve the pain.

51ATP – Are you a good parent? Test yourself and find out!

If you don’t have children and want to find out, if you are ready to have them by now – this episode for you.Β  But also if you’ve always been wondering wether you are doing your job as a parent well or not – keep listening.

Here are some questions that we discuss in this episode:
* At what time do you go to bed?
* How would you react, if your young kid says a really bad word?
* What is the best punishment for a teenager, who missed curfew?
* Do you have a savings account?
* Would you admit that some babies aren’t cute?