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Effective parenting skills: Helping your child deal with stress

Posted by Jennifer Dellasanta on Sep 21, 2017 8:05:00 AM

Children often look to their parents for reassurance and guidance. Because young children might still be learning how to cope with new or stressful situations, it’s important for parents to set the tone for what is healthy and appropriate. As a parent, helping your child deal with stress is key.

We’ve shared different effective parenting skills, including ways you can support your child's mental health, as well as valuable coping skills that can help them deal with everyday stress. But, as with all habits, these skills take time and patience to develop.

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Topics: Active Parenting

Active Parenting Now: Learn effective parenting skills

Posted by Jennifer Dellasanta on Jul 12, 2017 8:00:00 AM

There’s no harder job than raising a child. Effective parenting skills are necessary to help you parent your child in a clinically proven manner that enhances communication and positive behavior. The Transition House is dedicated to providing parents and families with the tools they need to raise happy and healthy children. To do this, TTHI Counseling Center now offers Active Parenting Now© classes at our counseling center in Kissimmee, Florida. 

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Topics: Active Parenting

Recovering from emotional abuse that occurred during your childhood

Posted by Jennifer Dellasanta on Mar 21, 2017 12:24:59 PM

Adults can spend a majority of their lives confronting things that happened to them in their childhood. If you've gone through an emotional trauma or emotional abuse has occurred in your childhood, it can take years to come to terms with these experiences. It is completely possible with counseling to overcome these issues. Similarly to many other forms of abuse, the victims can suppress feelings emotional neglect is difficult to identify as there are frequently no observable signs. More importantly, emotional neglect is generally unrecognized by the child until symptoms begin to appear in adulthood. The symptoms of childhood emotional abuse or neglect that show up in adulthood include:
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Topics: Active Parenting

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