One Hundred Parenting Tips Inspired by the Pandemic

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Balboa Press, Feb 18, 2021 - Family & Relationships - 128 pages
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These simple but powerful parenting tips range from coping with distance learning challenges to teaching children to become independent problem-solvers prepared for their journey as an adult. Gibson explains how to express emotions effectively without suffering from mental meltdowns. Discovering and practicing primary love languages may prevent conflicts while nurturing strong connections. Learning how to raise your child’s EQ can make the difference between parents who suffer emotional exhaustion to parents who enjoy the benefits of practicing positive parenting tips.
 

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Karen K.C. Gibson created "Letting Go with Aloha," a parent coaching service for overwhelmed parents who struggle with raising resilient, responsible, and respectful children. She recorded 100 parenting tips that she posted on her social media & YouTube Channel: Letting Go with Aloha during the global pandemic which developed into this book. Gibson is a former special education teacher who founded Brain Builders, a private tutoring business that launched in 1999. As a neuro-linguistic practitioner, she helps her clients understand how their mind’s language creates patterns that can be rewired to get rid of negative behavior. Her mission is to provide support to parents, so they create a nurturing environment. She believes if children are taught to be self-confident, loved unconditionally and guided on their journey, they would grow into healthier, happier adults.

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