How Parents Emotions Affect Their Children and What to Do About It

Our own emotions can have a profound effect on our children. One sentence said in anger can affect a child for life. As adults, we have a responsibility to recognize when it is important to control our emotions and we need tactics to do it. We are the adult. We need to control the emotional frame. Learning success has hosted a series to help you do this better. We've queried psychologists, teachers, homeschoolers, and parents to get the best tips. We truly hope that this is a helpful resource to up your parenting game. And please share the videos to help other parents increase their parenting skills.

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Contributor: Melanie Musson

Company: Insurantly

Contributor: Adam Cole

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Contributor: Chelsea Brown

Company: Digital Mom Talk

Contributor: Damon Nailer

Company: Children's Coalition of Northeast Louisiana

Contributor: Nicole Black

Company: Coffee and Carpool

Contributor: Dr. Adam Saenz

Contributor title: Psychologist

Company: Applied EQ Group

Contributor: Dr. Victoria Shaw

Company: Victoria Shaw Intuitive

Contributor: Dr. Alice Jackson

Company: Walden University

Contributor: Angela Medellin M.Ed., LPC-S, RPT-S

Contributor title: Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and Registered Play Therapy Supervisor.

Company: Mind Works

Contributor: Varda Meyers Epstein

Company: Kars 4 Kids

Contributor: Lisa Swift-Young

Contributor: Joronda Montano

Contributor: Jacqueline Pirtle

Company: FreakyHealer

Contributor: Dr. Amanda Darnley

Contributor title: Licensed Clinical Psychologist