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Hello! I'm Eran Katz. I'm a clinical psychologist, and a father. I made it my life's calling to help you navigate the waters of parenting. I know that parenting is a tough job but I know it can be meaningful, satisfying and fun. Join me and let's sail together to become the mindful parent YOU want to be.
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In this post we'll talk about what you can do to help your kids eat more vegetables. And I have a special bonus for you – a free recipe collection
Have you ever felt as if your child can be such a brat at home but all you hear from his or her teachers is what a lovely, caring and cooperative kid you have? You might think to yourself “Hey kiddo, if you can manage this good behavior at school, why are you being such a pain at home?”
This can be really frustrating. I know. You may think “What am I doing wrong here??”, but I am here to tell you that you are actually doing something RIGHT. Wanna see how? Read on.
This is part 2 in my series about parenting styles. In the last part we talked about the four parenting styles as defined by the work of Diana Baumrind. To recap quickly, the four styles are: Authoritative, Authoritarian, Permissive and Neglectful. In today's post we'll look at what they mean for our children's development. So. What can we tell about how each parenting style affects children? As I wrote in the spoiler alert at the previous post, the authoritative style is considered the
This is part 1 in a series of posts about Parenting Styles. In this series, we'll talk about what are the four known parenting styles as proposed by one developmental psychologist, Diana Baumrind. We'll see how each style looks, what do they mean for our children's development and what can we do about it. Have you ever stopped to think about what kind of parent you are? Take a moment to reflect on the following questions: What defines the way I parent my