A parent’s role in sexual assault prevention begins with acknowledging that sex is a normal part of a healthy life, and that your most effective tool as a parent is to make sure that you care, don’t scare.
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Support, structure, and encouragement are the three pillars of scaffold parenting. At every stage, parents can model and teach positive behaviors, give corrective feedback, and boost self-esteem.
Facing life after EI can feel overwhelming. But the more you know, the less scared you will be. Knowledge is power, and the antidote to anxiety is action.
Teaching children to control their anger requires three tools: calmness, physicality, and awe. These tools not only settle down a tantruming child in the moment, but they also teach the child how to calm themselves down on their own.