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Parenting Beyond Discipline

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Parenting Beyond Discipline

Erin Royer, MA Clinical Psychology, Child Development Specialist

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Erin Royer, MA Psy. is the go-to expert on all things parenting and child development for today’s common challenges. Her parenting podcast covers way more than just discipline. She dives into topics such as self-esteem, development and health, modern parenting issues and even education. Erin is not just knowledgeable but also relatable, warm, and sometimes even funny. https://www.yourvillageonline.com
 
Let’s face it, raising kids can be challenging at times and parenting is not always as fun as it can be. Every Thursday, join Michelle Abraham, a long-time supporter of Blissful Parenting, as she interviews parenting book authors, coaches, and bloggers who share their best tips for positive parenting as well as stories of raising their own kids. If you want a break from challenging child behavior and want parenting to be a happier and more fulfilling experience, this is the podcast for you.
 
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A mom and dad are concerned about their son's behaviors while at school and are seeking help on what they can do to help him learn to make better choices when he's not under their direct supervision. Erin helps parents break things down to first learn why misbehavior happens. Once we know why, then we can address the unique reason with the proper s…
 
What we forget as parents is that building friendship skills is like any other skill, we have to teach it and support it. Just like learning math, learning friendship skills is a crucial part of our kids' future. Audrey Monke joins us on the podcast today to talk about some of the many things she has learned about raising thriving kids from running…
 
Young children and even older children can struggle with all kinds of fears, phobias and anxiety throughout childhood. Erin answers a question from a mom about her 4 year old who is dealing with a fear that has gotten progressively worse and a new fear that has also recently come about. Erin discusses these fears, why they happen. What is normal an…
 
Screens are here to stay, so families need the tools and knowledge to integrate them most safely into their lives. Screen time isn't all or nothing and Dr. Jim has some wonderful insights on how to navigate this new tech-fueled world with our kids. Jim Taylor, Ph.D., Psychology, has work with young people, parents, and educators for more than 30 ye…
 
In this episode Erin talks with Katy Joy Wells about her 4 step process for curing toy clutter. Not only is it a stress relief for parents, it actually is for kids as well and helps them go deeper in play, supporting independent play. Learn the steps, the benefits and how to make your child's play space more inviting. Support this podcast at — http…
 
While we are all ready to "return to normal" parenting coach Cori Stern is finding that many of her clients have new problems with their children that were never there before. Even if their children returned to school smoothly this year, a few weeks in they started displaying a multitude of stress behaviors. Cori is with us on the podcast today to …
 
Toddlers can go from quiet and calm to grabbing, hitting and worse within seconds. Erin covers great foundational information so parents can understand how to guide and coach from ages 1 to 4 as well as how to help older siblings who may be getting the brunt of the aggression when they are within striking range of a toddler sibling. Support this po…
 
Toddlers often have big reactions. But what do you do when it seemingly comes out of nowhere? How can we work on new behaviors and prevention when it takes us by complete surprise? Erin dives into some great fundamentals of the steps of toddler emotional development so parents can feel assured when they see these sometimes troubling behaviors and t…
 
Parents who grew up with strong authoritarian parents often swing too far the other way and go all in on attachment parenting. But all love all the time has its own problems, mainly a lack of healthy boundaries. There's a balance to be found and Erin Taylor is here to teach us how! Erin Taylor is a PCI Certified Parent Coach,® motivational speaker,…
 
What do you do when your toddler is playing with their private parts? How do you answer questions about sex, private parts, puberty and more? How do you prepare your child for puberty, dating and beyond? Most of us grew up and still carry some level of discomfort and even shame around our own sexuality and body. How do we parent from a place of emp…
 
The interesting thing about kids that don't follow the developmental schedule exactly, is that they are often only behind in some things and far ahead in others. It's time to celebrate the strengths and stress less about the delays. You might just find that your child learns to tie his shoes years later when he develops a passion for braiding! Toda…
 
When you're a new parent there's an abundance of guidance and advice and support, but what happens when you hit the confusing teenage years. How do you ask for help when the question you want to ask is: What do I do if my kid hates me? Susan Borison is here with humor and experience to shift perspectives on baffling teen behavior and guide parents …
 
We often think of overindulgence as too many toys, too much "stuff" or too many sweets. But the latest research is showing that overindulgence comes in two other forms besides just material overindulgence and actually these other two areas are even more prevalent. The outcomes are not favorable. Erin covers this research, including the common outco…
 
We've been waiting to return to normal after the pandemic but even as things slowly shift back our kids are struggling with the adjustment. For many of them the pandemic had a much bigger effect on their life and their development because they are at such sensitive times. Erin Royer is on the podcast today to help us understand how the pandemic has…
 
As women we think a certain way and it can be difficult to understand where our boys are coming from. If you are a mother or a teacher listen to today's interview to get a better grasp on how to communicate with boys! Janet Allison is the Founder of Boys Alive! and the co-host of the popular ON BOYS Parenting Podcast. She is a speaker, author, educ…
 
A mom asks Erin for help in finding strategies to work with her very difficult to discipline 5 year old. The struggles are running the gamut from power struggles, not listening, negative ungrateful attitude, bedtime struggles, whining, basically anything but cooperative, including a possibility of ADHD. Erin gives some great insights and strategies…
 
What none of the parenting books tell us is that there is over forty years of research into what makes kids grow into resilient and happy people. Dr. Borba has crystalized it into seven key qualities that will give our kids the strength they need to thrive in the world. And the best part is, they are all teachable. They are not inborn, they are acc…
 
If your child is struggling with identity issues (and possibly LGBTQ+) you may be wondering what to do and say. How do you let them know that it's okay to come out and you are there for them? Or how do you find help and support if you aren't sure that it is okay? It is crucial that you get yourself to a mental space to support your children as they…
 
Sometimes we think we are following the steps to fix problem behaviors, when we might actually be unknowingly doing the opposite. Erin shares some great foundational information to troubleshoot any problem area. If you are seeing repeated behaviors you don't like to see, and want to figure out how to get it to stop, this episode can help you figure…
 
We think if we don't push our kids that they won't grow up, but the reverse is true. When we try to push them into being what we want we get resistance and make parenting much harder on ourselves than it has to be. Linda is all about making parenting easier! She notices all the ways that we overcomplicate our lives and especially our parenting and …
 
What do you do when your preschooler tries to rule the roost, not just saying no and trying to undermine parenting authority over themselves but even trying to control parental behavior? There are several reasons preschoolers may engage in this level of control. There are clues our children give us as to what is happening. Once uncovered, parents c…
 
Erin shares some new insights into supporting kids to develop a strong and healthy sense of self-esteem throughout childhood. Learn a new paradigm on how to view the development of self-esteem and some great new ideas for working with your children to help them develop into their most confident and independent selves. Support this podcast at — http…
 
Johanna has a message for you: no kid needs a perfect parent. The truth is we are human and so are our kids. It's always going to be at least a little bit imperfect. And learning to manage mistakes (and grow from them) is far more valuable than pretending everything is perfect. Johanna Derbolowsky, mother of two beautiful souls and best-selling aut…
 
How do you handle a child's behavior when it is seemingly manipulative and/or controlling in nature? Erin gets to the heart of the issue, what kids are really trying to tell us and how to help support them overall, and work with them in that moment when they are trying to control the situation or manipulate others into behaving the way they would l…
 
Each child is unique. Imagine what you could accomplish if you know how to read your child's profile and influence their behavior? In today's episode, Alan shares a tool that will help parents gain a better insight into the character of their child so they can adjust their parenting style accordingly. Taking the time to recognize your child's uniqu…
 
Preschoolers can really struggle with social skills and this often means they react in aggressive ways towards one another. How do we help sibling and friends make better choices when interacting with each other? Part 2 of this mom's question involves bedtimes that have gone from bad to worse. How can this family get a better handle on bedtimes and…
 
Regardless of what they say or do, your teens need to know that you'll always be there for them; that you will support them no matter what. Their boundary pushing is serving to help them develop their values, beliefs, and who they want to be in the world. In today's episode, Casey shares great advice and tools to use while navigating loving boundar…
 
More children than ever, at younger and younger ages are experiencing moderate to severe mental health issues related to depression and anxiety. Childhood has been derailed for so many kids. Missed opportunities in social interactions has deeply affected many kids. This phenomenon hit close to home for Erin this past week and she shares her experie…
 
Parents make decisions every day. Knowing what you believe in as a parent and what you want for your children will help you make the right decisions for you, your career, and your family as a whole. In today's episode, Janice, our special guest, talks about how family values influence parents' decisions within and outside their family structure. Sh…
 
A 6 year old is really struggling with a lot of different misbehaviors like not listening, aggression, and making poor choices and both the parents and his nanny are wondering how to help him through these trouble spots, especially at specific times of day when he seems to struggle the most. Erin covers some great foundation work as well as specifi…
 
Researchers have found that couples who are playful together have more satisfying relationships. However, parenting duties, work schedules, and the stress of everyday life cause parents to get lost along the way. It snuffs out the playful side of the relationship. In today's episode, our special guest, Vireo Karvonen, reveals the common mistakes pa…
 
How do you help your young child learn to follow rules and expectations in school when you aren't there? A dad feels in over his head in helping his daughter make better choices when he's not there to guide her. Erin gives some great insight into this issue, guidance and ideas for making this situation better for everyone, including discerning when…
 
While sometimes as a mom it feels like you're just doing the same things over and over without contributing to the world in a meaningful way, the truth is that the tiny things you do every day have an impact. In today's episode, our special guest, Simone, shares how she realized the extraordinary power in what seems mundane at first and how she cha…
 
Some days parenting is just overwhelming. Some days life is just overwhelming. If you have difficult days with either, let alone both at that same time, you are not alone. Erin had a very overwhelming week both in parenting and life, feeling like she was failing at both. She shares her coping strategies both with managing and overcoming feeling ove…
 
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