Each fall as the nights get longer and Halloween gets close, spooky feelings crop up. They can be fun, but for kids these feelings also be downright frightening.
Today I’m excited to bring you my conversation with my youngest, Jason, who remembers well the feeling of being afraid of the dark and shares really great advice for helping your kids cope with their fears.
We talk about all kinds of Halloweeny stuff, and also:
– Einstein’s view of the world
– Why validating a kid’s fears is the gateway to helping them feel less afraid
– Jay’s all-important question:
“How does pretending an avocado is alive show a mastery of empathy?”
… Just to give you an idea of the kind of conversations we have around here : )
Key links, including the one about Surviving the Social Stuff, the course that will help you feel less alone AND help your child navigate scary social waters, at weturnedoutokay.com/191!
Click here for the we turned out okay episode about Einstein, and why our view of the universe matters to our kids’ development.
Click here for more information about the Surviving the Social Stuff course!
(If it’s not clickable yet, it will be soon.)
Registration for this course begins Monday, October 30…
In the meantime Click Here to Sign Up up for the free mini-course on Kids and Sharing!
It’s a small part of the upcoming Surviving the Social Stuff course, but it’ll have a HUGE impact on your parenting because whenever there’s a fight over resources (like toys, or your attention) you’ll have the perfect parent-ninja tactic right in your pocket : )
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