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Coping with divorce? When today’s guest, instructor Kristen Zuzek Volk, found Hand in Hand, she’d almost written off a loving ..read more
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In this week’s podcast, we’re talking those times that kids’ words get negative.  You probably never imagined words like these ..read more
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Want to increase your child’s co-operation? Have them listen more? Reduce clinginess? Sometimes special time can feel like the magic ..read more
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What gets you super seething mama mad? Is it the constant asks and requests, the “Mom where’s my… that’s so overwhelming? Maybe it ..read more
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Inside: Learn how to stop resentment and arguments around household help, and set chores for kids that they are willing and able to do ..read more
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Inside: What things can you do when a child says they are bored? We’ve all been there. In the middle of a holiday or a weekend or a ..read more
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What’s the one thing you want for your child when they are sick? To have them feel better. What’s the one thing that most often gets ..read more
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You probably got very excited when you discovered that Hand in Hand Parenting had five tools that could rescue you when parenting got ..read more
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How do you get a defiant moving when your child is defiant, and you have to be somewhere? You just dropped one child at his playdate. Now ..read more
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Yes! You can play when your child is upset. Here’s how: Your child grabs the one extra cookie you said he wasn’t allowed… What do ..read more

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