What happens when we ask children how they feel..
The importance of self-regulation in children
The power of empathy
Sympathy vs. empathy - Brene Brown
Dr. Gottman provides great guidance on how to help children regulate their emotions. Using emotional coaching, parents can help their kids master their feelings while creating stronger bonds with them.
Dr. Siegel and Dr. Bryson explain how children's brains are wired, demystifying the meltdowns, and explaining how, in young children's brains, emotions rule over logic.
This book provides an effective, yet warm, road map for dealing with meltdowns, worries and sadness.
Dr. Gordon Newfeld and Dr. Gabor Mate explore parenting from an attachment perspective and highlight the importance of parental influence. With a tendency for peer orientation and use of technology, kids need their parents more than ever.
Rest, Play, Grow: Making Sense of Preschoolers (Or Anyone Who Acts Like One)
Designed for parents of toddlers and pre-schoolers, Dr. MacNamara offers guidance to understand how these little minds work and behave, explaining why challenging behaviour should not be taken personal.