Kira and Deana chat with Tony, a member of the FFP family who is wondering how to help his daughter with her big feelings and big tantrums.

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Deana and Kira chat about the long winter approaching and how to be Future Focused in setting your family up to be joyful, healthy and thriving.

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Deana and Kira share some of the ways they fostered a love of reading in their kids including how to get more reluctant readers engaged, the power of modelling, and ways to make reading a daily joy.

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Deana and Kira talk about beauty, appearance and how to navigate our children’s need to explore who they are through how they look. They also discuss ways to help children separate their self-esteem from their appearance and build a sense of confidence in who they are.

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Kira and Deana speak with Luis Versalles from Courageous Conversation to talk about the ways that parents can go beyond race conscious parenting to make a difference at the systemic level – particularly in our schools.

More on Courageous Conversation: https://courageousconversation.com/

Kira and Deana talk about the power of catching our kids being their amazing selves and positively reinforcing their behavior. They share ways to honor kids when they get it “right” as well as ways to honor what makes them unique and special just by being themselves.

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Deana and Kira share ways to be the parent without being a tyrant and the positive impact this can have on your relationship with your child. They also give tools and tips for re-balancing your home if things are out of whack.

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In their final episode of the Mental Health Series, Kira and Deana speak with Erica Whitfield, MACP, LMHC, BC-TMH about self-harm and NSSI (Non-Suicidal Self-Injury). Erica shares the difference between suicidal acts, suicidal ideation and NSSI as well as strategies for families who might be walking alongside a child engaged in self-harm. She also shares the ACT Model which helps families create a safe environment for kids to feel seen and heard.

More on Erica:

https://www.positivedevelopmentllc.com/

In their third week of the Mental Health Series, Kira and Deana speak with Elizabeth Vu, LICSW about kids and depression. Elizabeth shares the difference between general sadness and clinical depression as well as ways that parents can spot the need for extra support. She also gives listeners fantastic tips for truly supporting a child who is depressed and talks about the most common mistakes parents make when it comes to this issue.

More on Elizabeth:

https://www.innerrootscounseling.com

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In the second of their four-part Mental Health Series, Deana and Kira chat with psychologist Amy Crow about kids and body image. Amy shares the different types of body image disorders (including eating disorders and Body Dysmorphia or BDD), what can cause them, how to spot them and what parents should (and should never) do.

More on Amy: amycrowpsyd.com

The Emily Program: https://www.emilyprogram.com/