Podcast 486: 4 Tips to Raise Empathic Children
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SHOW DESCRIPTION :In this podcast I talk about my upcoming book on children and mental health, How to Help Your Child Clean Up Their Mental Mess, teaching your child empathy from youth, what we can do as parents and guardians to support our children, and more!
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0:50 Why talking about children’s mental health is so important
2:20 My new book on children & mental health
7:30 How adverse childhood experiences can affect our mental health
8:00 The importance of teaching our children to manage their minds
13:35 Why it is important to teach our children empathy
15:00 How to help your child learn to be more empathetic
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