Navigating Get-Togethers with Relatives, Friends, and Their Kids
We may not always agree with the parenting styles of our relatives and friends, and that's okay. Get-togethers can still be enjoyable, positive social experiences for us and for our kids. In this episode, Janet offers her perspective on some of the common challenges that arise in gatherings with friends, family, and in public situations with other kids and parents. Her suggestions include:
- How to set ourselves up for success
- Being proactive, rather than reactive
- Effective interventions with other parents’ children (as well as our own)
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