Can I Tell My Child How They Make Me Feel Without Shaming Them?

Can I Tell My Child How They Make Me Feel Without Shaming Them?

By Martha Deiros Collado

Talking Sense with Dr Martha

Monday, 8 August

We want our children to learn emotional literacy but how can we talk about how we feel without placing the burden of responsibility for looking after our emotions? Is it wrong to tell children that their behaviour has an impact on others? How does shame play into this? Dr Martha shares her insight on these big topics and offers a simple, actionable framework of how to talk about your feelings and teach your children a valuable lesson in communication and relationships.

 

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https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/drmdc_paediatric_psychologist/list/6SUI9EK6J4TJ

 

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