Conflicts are so stressful among parents and children that it can get overwhelming, frustrating, and exhausting; which can then create a constant negative environment in the household. If you're like most parents, you probably learned your conflict resolution skills from your childhood whether it was time outs, raising your voice, spankings, threats or other ways that may seem effective but are actually really traumatizing your relationship with your kids and the relationship among siblings. There's good news... after many years of research and experimenting we've found the most effective way to resolve conflicts between parents and children and between siblings to create a safe and thriving environment, reconnect quickly, and keep the relationship closely connected. This guide teaches you effective ways to resolve conflicts with your kids, resolve sibling disputes, practice using emotional language, sample scripts, along with the information needed to understand how this process works so well.
- The Science of Emotional Connection
- What are Emotions, Disconnections, and Attachment Styles
- Common Conflicts that occur between Parents and Children
- Common Conflicts that occur between Siblings
- Common Triggers, Raw Spots, and Emotions
- Learning how to Identify youre Triggers, Raw Spots, and Emotions
- How your childhood affects the way you Parent
- New approach to resolving conflicts
- Scripts to use during conflicts and after
- Reconnecting after a blow up and how to show up for your children
- Mastering the reconnection process and healing past injuries
- Keeping siblings closely connected
The Emotional Connection process is a newly evolving structured approach for increasing effectiveness in parenting and the ability to raise emotionally connected and balanced children. It addresses parent-child disconnections to quickly stop conflicts and get them both back into a positive connected relationship.
Emotional Connection is a method based on well-researched brain-science and attachment theory. It focuses on the emotional bond children form with their parents and with their siblings when they are young. If parents know how to be there for their children on an emotional level and create an emotionally safe environment for them, then children will thrive and be able to deal with conflicts and challenges in any relationship. This is an incredibly useful tool that they will use for the rest of their life.