Raising Resilient Kids in a Changing World with Madeline Levine

We are living in an ever changing world. Our kids are living in an ever changing world. This might be a scary notion to many, especially considering what is going on in our world right now.


But what if we had the capability of improving our child’s resilience? What if we could teach our kids to systematically move towards their fears instead of away from them. What if we could teach our kids how to build up their ability to be adaptable, flexible and thrive under challenging conditions.

 

Our kids are living in an ever changing world and with that our parenting style has to shift as well. In my interview with Madeline Levine we discuss how to build up your child’s resiliency and adaptability.


In the latest episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast I invited Madeline Levine on to discuss how to build our children’s resiliency, especially our anxious kids.

She is the New York Times bestselling author of Teach Your Child Well and The Price of Privilege. In her new book, Ready or Not: Preparing Our Kids to Thrive in an Uncertain and Rapidly Changing World, she talks about the necessity for us to shift gears in how we approach parenting.


We discussed what skills our children will need to be successful and how we, as parents, can foster those skills.


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To learn more about Madeline Levine’s work visit her website here or view her books here on Amazon:

Ready or Not
The Price of Privilege
Teach Your Child Well


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