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Podcast Episode 109 – Instilling Confidence in Kids

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In this episode you will learn:

✓ How to make sure your kids develop and keep a good serving of confidence

✓ How to instill confidence in your kids and what NOT to do

✓ Things that many well-meaning parents do that can undermine their child’s confidence and chip away at their self-esteem


Other Resources:
Eli and Ali Baby Tush Swiper Amazon Page
Episode Transcript

  • I found Erin's classes in an online search during a moment of desperation. Finding the classes has been like discovering the key to a treasure box. This has totally turned my family around!

    LibbyMom to Eva, 3 & Jacob, 1
  • I felt like I was failing as a dad. Finding Erin's classes has saved my life! The tools have totally changed the way I approach parenting and therefore my son's behavior and our relationship.

    Daniel P.Dad to Ivan, age 2
  • Your Village offers practical advice and tips that I am able to put to use right away and see real results. My kids are happier and so am I!

    Jessica S.PhD
  • Your Village is amazing! The potty training tools made potty training so smooth. Now I’m using the tips to wean the pacifier and I’m feeling confident. Thanks so much!

    ElizabethMom of 2 boys - 3 1/2 yrs. and 6 months
  • I watched the Listening workshop and learned several new strategies for helping my kids listen and keeping them on task--which helps me stop yelling! It was a great experience.

    Mindy B.PhD
  • Already, this week is going much smoother – I feel like I have a game plan and the few things I have already done have made a big difference. Thank you again!

    Jennifer G.Mom to 3 girls - 7, 4, and 1

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