Parenting Coach Katie Malinski LCSW role plays with Kate Raidt the most effective way to communicate with your kids.
I regularly advise parents to have “Heads’ Up” conversations with kids, about matters large and small. It’s an effective and loving way for parents to help kids stay in their highest selves, their most peaceful and cooperative and problem-solving selves.
Children don’t always have the skills or ability to use words to describe what is going on in their brain or body. Sometimes they don’t know, other times they just don’t have the words.
More and more children are growing up with broken relationships with their parents. Parenting expert Katie Malinski LCSW shares the basic fundamentals parents should follow in order to grow a healthy, strong relationship with their children.
Listening to NO is something kids need to do. But some kids hear something very different when you say NO. How far do you get before your frustration gets the better of you and you start yelling, demanding and threatening? Think instead that your children need to learn cooperation and consideration. They don’t necessarily need […]
Be more, teach less.