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The Mighty Mommy's Quick and Dirty Tips for Practical Parenting

Brain boosters: powering up your child's executive functioning

Dodany: 8 maja 2023

When you learn that your child has executive functioning deficits that need strengthening, it can feel confusing and overwhelming. How do you know when your child’s lagging EF skills are getting in...

How to understand your child’s temperament

Dodany: 1 maja 2023

Understanding how your particular child’s temperament interacts with their environment—and you are your child’s environment—helps you set them up for success and increases opportunities for...

How autism is different for girls and women

Dodany: 24 kwietnia 2023

Happy Autism Acceptance Month! Did you know that many people’s idea of autism is that it only occurs in boys—who don’t make eye contact, who are obsessed with cars or trains, and who have superior...

How to teach your child about body boundaries

Dodany: 17 kwietnia 2023 - Średnia ocen: 5

Whether you are a (reluctant) climbing wall for your baby, or your toddler has started yelling “Don’t touch me!” your response will plant the seeds for body autonomy. Dr. Nanika Coor explains how...

How to tell the difference between Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Dodany: 10 kwietnia 2023

Did you know that many people who meet criteria for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are commonly misdiagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and vice versa? It makes sense...

Should you punish your ADHD child?

Dodany: 3 kwietnia 2023

At the end of your rope trying to parent your ADHD child? Wondering if punishment helps? Dr. Coor explains what punishment is, how it affects kids with ADHD, and parenting strategies you can use to...

Does your child have an eating disorder?

Dodany: 27 marca 2023 - Średnia ocen: 5

Is your child a picky eater or are you dealing with something more serious? Dr. Nanika Coor explains four common eating disorders and how parents can help kids who are struggling with eating...

How to help a sore loser or gloating winner

Dodany: 20 marca 2023

Does your child engage in cringe-worthy behavior when playing games? Dr. Nanika Coor offers tips for encouraging good sportsmanship if your kiddo is a sore loser or gloating winner kiddo.Project...

How to resist grind culture in your family

Dodany: 13 marca 2023

March 13 is National Napping Day, and in honor of the call to get a little more rest, Dr. Nanika Coor shares insights from Tricia Hersey’s recent book, Rest is Resistance: A Manifesto. You’ll hear...

How to motivate your child to change unwanted behaviors

Dodany: 6 marca 2023

When you’re hoping your child will change their behavior for the better, it can be easy to double down on nagging, pleading, and lecturing your child in an effort to convince your child to see...

Finding neurodiversity-affirming therapy for Black neurodivergent kids with Dr. Loucresie Rupert

Dodany: 27 lutego 2023

When raising a child who is living with the intersectionality of being both Black and neurodivergent—having a diagnosis of dyslexia, autism or ADHD, for instance—it can be hard to discern whether...

The Talk: preparing Black kids for a racist world with Dr. Riana Elyse Anderson

Dodany: 20 lutego 2023

Black parents and other parents of color don’t have the privilege of not preparing their children for the experience of anti-Blackness and racism. Dr. Nanika Coor talks with psychologist Dr. Riana...

Raising multi-racial kids with Dr. Jennifer Noble

Dodany: 13 lutego 2023

Multiracial children are often pressured to choose only one of their ethnic or racial identities with which to identify. Dr. Nanika Coor talks with psychologist Dr. Jennifer Noble to get some tips...

Tips for White parents raising Black children with Abby Hasberry

Dodany: 6 lutego 2023

Are you a White parent raising a Black child? Wondering how to talk with them about the realities of race and what that means in the world? Dr. Nanika Coor talks with therapist Abby Hasberry to...

How to reduce parental stress with mindfulness

Dodany: 30 stycznia 2023

Using respectful parenting tools can make space for you and your child to have a more collaborative and peaceful relationship. And yet it’s extremely hard to use the tools you have when you’re...

Troubleshooting family sleep issues with Dr. Funke Afolabi-Brown

Dodany: 23 stycznia 2023

Do your kids have trouble sleeping? Do you have trouble settling down to sleep or staying asleep? Dr. Nanika Coor talks with Dr. Funke Afolabi-Brown to get some tips for common sleep problems with...

How to support your child's neurodiversity

Dodany: 9 stycznia 2023

Are you raising a child with neuro-differences? In this episode, Dr. Nanika Coor offers some ways to be a more neurodiversity-affirming parent.Further listening: What to do if your child has an...

Stop forcing your child to apologize

Dodany: 19 grudnia 2022

In an effort to make sure your child understands that they need to be accountable for their behavior, you might be in the habit of telling your child that they must apologize to you or others. In...

Why threats, punishment, and adult-imposed consequences backfire

Dodany: 12 grudnia 2022

Parents often feel skeptical that there are ways to engage a child’s cooperation without using punishments and adult-imposed consequences—or at least threatening those things! In this episode, Dr....