Dad Edge Alliance member Jeremy Roadruck talks about how we can add Kung Fu principles to our parenting skill set, allowing self-awareness and compassion to guide us, developing a deep rapport with our children that will give them the inner strength and joy to win in all areas of life.
We all love our kids. At the same time, we all have those moments when they drive us crazy. Sometimes, they don’t listen or become defiant.
But babies, toddlers, and children see the world through different eyes. How can we teach and discipline them while being more patient and understanding parents?
Author of No Bad Kids, Janet Lansbury, reveals the secret psychology of toddler parenting.
Chris Sajnog returns to share Navy SEAL tactics for parents to help us to learn anything quickly and effectively. He goes over the hard and soft traits we need to cultivate to be balanced men, and how we can apply the warrior mindset to everyday life.
He also opens up about dealing with the painful lack of connection with his sons, and how he maintains his fatherly presence in their lives.
Michael Gurian tells us the top three reasons why today’s kids aren’t connecting with their dads. He teaches us to discover our assets as fathers and how to invite our kids to utilize them. He also shares the neuroscience behind the differences between bonding with sons and daughters, and how we be the best father to each gender.
Most of us parents have the best intentions when trying to encourage and praise our kids, but little do we know we could be setting them up for misery and failure later in life.
Don’t miss this episode as Dr. Aliza gives a definitive guide on when to praise, how to praise, and how to show unconditional love even when you’re not happy with your kids’ behavior.
The Dad Edge constantly receives emails from dads who are struggling with their ADHD son or daughter. Most feel frustrated and helpless. But there is hope for ADHD parents. All we need is the right skillset.
Angela Pruess is a licensed family therapist with a background in Child Psychology, Child Development, and Play Therapy.
Angela explains the 3 different types of ADHD and the best way to manage each one. She also tells us how to develop and leverage our parent-child connection, understand the true motivation behind our child’s behavior, and discipline our children without emotional damage.
Empower yourself to grow emotionally resilient ADHD kids who will live their best lives!