• Do you sometimes feel confused about how to respond to your children’s emotional displays?
  • Do emotions sometimes feel like misbehavior to you?
  • Do your own feelings feel overwhelming at times?

 

Tue, Jan 31, 2017
8:15 PM – 9:15 PM EST

Price: $20.00 USD

Emotional intelligence increases children’s self-worth and cooperation, it improves communication and strengthens the parent-child connection. Family conflict decreases with strong emotional intelligence and it impacts all of your child’s future relationships. This webinar will provide parents with concrete tools to strengthen their own emotional intelligence and those of their children. Even if you wish most emotions would just disappear, this webinar will help you find a path through the confusion.

This “live” webinar is designed for parents of children ages 2 – 12 years old. Following the webinar you will receive an email inviting you to join our private Facebook page on which you will have access to a community of caring parents like you, working to apply new parenting approaches. Our Peace At Home Parenting Facebook community will be a place to share challenges and successes. You will also have ongoing regular contact with Ruth Freeman, webinar trainer, through the Facebook community.

In addition, you will have access to free monthly “Question and Answer” sessions in which you will be coached in applying the skills you learned in Peace at Home webinars and again you will connect with other parents working to improve skills.

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A loving relationship between parents is a powerful influence on how effective you are as a parent.

Research suggests that parents who report having a positive, affectionate relationship with their partners tend to engage in more positive parenting activities like playing, reading or singing with their children.

A mom or dad who feels loved is more likely to have the energy and patience that effective parenting requires. If you are worn out by chronic conflict, disappointment over broken agreements or feeling lonely in the relationship, you will likely have a lot less patience for another game of “Candyland.” Getting your basic emotional needs met in a positive relationship with your intimate partner means you are more emotionally available to your child. When your attachment needs are met, you are less likely to over-react to your children’s challenging behavior. When your own emotional bank is full, or at least not on empty, you simply have more to give in ways that children need. Continue reading

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Know What to Expect

Watch this video to learn how to join a webinar and what you will see once in the webinar. Please register early and download the GoToTraining application before the webinar starts.

Arrive Early and Be Prepared

  • If possible, join the session early to be sure all your settings are in place when the webinar begins. You will usually be able to enter a webinar at least 15 minutes before the indicated start time.
  • If having difficulty joining the webinar, contact Citrix Customer Support at 1-855-202-7959. They may have wait times when you call, so arriving early and discovering any problems early really helps.
  • If you arrive early, you may download and review materials while you wait for the webinar to begin.
  • Send questions in advance to Ruth@PeaceAtHomeParenting.com. If another teacher facilitates your webinar, Ruth will get your questions to that person.
  • You may want to jot down notes to yourself, so have a pen and paper handy. Webinars can be dense with information and you may not be able to remember everything that is important to you.
    • If there is a slide of particular importance to you, you can write down the title of that slide and send an email to the instructor requesting a copy of it.

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