Tips for Raising a Strong-Willed Child



Tips for Raising a Strong-Willed Child provides a detailed discussion of three parenting practices that Dr. Renee proposes from personal experience of raising two of her own strong-willed children and research. Dr. Renee presents the following strategies:
1. Create a safe atmosphere for experiential learning opportunities.
2. Provide for opportunities for your child to reach mastery.
3. Practice the 20/60 rule to allow the strong-willed child to develop self-regulatory skills.

Dr. Renee also provides two additional bonus strategies to improving your parent/child relationship with the strong-willed one.

Dr. Renee is an Educational Psychologist, Associate Professor and Transformational Life Coach. She has been conducting research on emotion regulation, management, wellness and mindset for over 20 years.

If you are interested in a free consultation call with Dr. Renee, visit her website https://www.transcendentheart.com and provide your story and contact information.

Dr. Renee’s radio show “The Inner Revolution” airs every Thursday evening at 8:30pm EST on BlogTalk radio http://www.blogtalkradio.com/innerrevolution

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