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This week Nick and Billy chat about the amazing movie Thelma & Louise, how it relates to mental illness and then dive into a practical approach to supporting kids who are struggling. We can't wait to hear what you think and read the questions you send in!
In our social skills episode we cover some of the amazing questions that came in about this important part of development. We dive into hitting, saying sorry, empathy, boys vs girls, the impact of childcare, conflict, shyness, neurodiversity, the role of schools, sticking up for yourself and many more. We hope you enjoy!
So many great questions this week! We cover lots of different aspects of supporting kids who are different including how we build their strengths, create inclusive relationships and environments, use inclusive language, protect self-esteem and validate their experiences. Thank you to all who sent in their amazing insights and challenges to help us all learn together.
A single question from an amazing parent guides us this week in an emotional discussion about Forrest Gump & kids who are different. Thank you to our amazing community for you vulnerability and willingness to learn together how we can best support all children in our community.
Our siblings reflection episode takes a deeper dive into aspects of supporting siblings including jealousy, conflict, equity, neurodiversity and our own childhood sibling relationships. We end on a question from a phenomenal parent striving to build bonded relationships for the children in her care. Thank you everyone for sharing and we hope you find this episode helpful.
Wonderful questions this week going deeper into the practical application of co-regulation for different scenarios, developmental abilities and strengths. We also chat about neurodiversity, our role as parents and a phenomenal use of the movie theme in one of the long questions!! We hope you enjoy.
Huge reflection episode this week with so many fantastic questions from listeners! We chat about supporting all kids in risk taking from an early age up to late teens. We cover kids who love risky situations, those who are hesitant and those who don't even seem to realize! Thank you to everyone who helped guide us for this important discussion.
This week we have 20 rapid fire questions, advice from an amazing professional, our first audio question and as always a bunch of honest, vulnerable and insightful longer questions to guide us home. We hope you enjoy and thank you to the PCP community for being amazing!
This week we dive deeper into what’s behind peer pressure, how we can set our kids up to succeed through this window and help them if the are finding it a bit tough. We also chat about neurodiversity, building values and confidence and a great story from Nick about his playground experience. Thank you to our amazing listeners for their generous and honest questions.