Clearing the Chaos to “Yes!” – How to Clean Up Your Parenting Style with Dr. Tina Payne Bryson and Julie Morgenstern
Original Air Date Wednesday, November 21, 2018
How do you instill good values in your children?
What do you do to help them to build a strong, empathetic, emotional foundation that will support them through adulthood? Do you frequently give up your ‘me time’ due to feeling guilty about not spending enough time with your kids? If you have ever wondered about the effectiveness of your parenting style, this episode offers time management tips and scientific strategies based upon years of research.
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- The true meaning of discipline is to teach and to build skills. [3:22]
- A parent’s goal is to move a child from a reactive state and into a responsive state. [5:27]
- Empathy is a practical, effective, scientific strategy. [18:14]
- The role of the prefrontal cortex in a child’s ability to make good decisions. [21:03]
- Attachment figures don’t have to be perfect they just need to be there. [25:12]
Dr. Tina Payne Bryson is co-author (with Dr. Dan Siegel) of The Yes Brain (Random House, 2018), as well as two New York Times bestsellers The Whole-Brain Child, and No-Drama Discipline — each of which has been translated into over thirty languages. She is a psychotherapist and the Founder/Executive Director of The Center for Connection and Play Strong Institute in Pasadena, California, where she offers parenting consultations and provides therapy to children and adolescents. She’s also a mom to three boys.
- Julie discusses the challenges of time management while raising children. [31:59]
- The birth of her child was the catalyst that drove Julie to clear the chaos from her life. [34:43]
- A job description for parents – The eight components of time-management. [36:43]
- For parents, it is important to create a tolerance for chaos. [46:13]
- How to build a foundation your child will thrive on. [50:01]
Julie Morgenstern is an organizing & productivity consultant, New York Times best-selling author of Organizing from the Inside Out and speaker. For over 25 years, Julie has been teaching people all around the world and at all stages of life how to overcome disorganization to achieve their goals. Her mission is to free each individual to make their unique contribution to the world—by helping them design their own systems for managing time and space that feel natural and are easy to maintain. This Inside Out approach to organizing everything gives readers, listeners, and clients the energy and knowledge they need to get (and stay) organized.
“When people think about discipline they typically have the connotation of punishment.” @tinabryson on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“When we feel safe the brain knows it can calm down.” @tinabryson on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“The parenting years are inarguably the most time stressed years in a humans life.” @JulieMorgenstrn on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“I get what it is like to be completely disorganized, crave order and have no clue how to get there.” @JulieMorgenstrn on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet
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